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CONTENTS 

Seniors 18 

Faculty 104 

Athletics 124 

Activities 178 

Advertisements 194 





THIS YEARBOOK IS DEDICATED 
TO OUR "MA" 



Dedication 

Perhaps it is her ability to combine the roles of disciplinarian, 
friend and counselor, that wins Mrs. Alice King Urann the 
admiration of the Class of 1975. 

A warm humanitarian, Mrs. Urann devoted so many years of her 
life to helping hundreds of students, and has launched countless 
successful programs for the betterment of our P-C High. A long time 
English teacher in Plymouth schools, "Ma" Urann went on to 
become P-C High's Dean of Girls, not to mention advisor of the 
Dean's Council and founder of minicourses. 

Even though Mrs. Urann was not present during our senior year, 
the Class of 1975 chooses to dedicate the PILGRIM to this unique 
woman. Her memory will linger always in the halls of P-C as well as 
in our hearts. 




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MRS. ALICE KING URAIMN 




TRINA- 1957-1974 

When I am working 
You are with me 
When I am playing 
You are with me 
When I am alone 
You are with me 

Even though we may be apart 
you are always 
with me. 

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MR. JAMES PERRY 

How can we be sure of anything 

the tide changes. 
The wind that made the grain wave gently yesterday 

blows down the trees tomorrow. 
And the sea sends sailors crashing on the rocks, 
as easily as it guides them safely home. 
-Rod McKuen 




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THE CLASS 
WITH CLASS" 

As the autumn of 1971 fell upon us, 
we began to experience four of the most 
memorable years of our lives. We entered 
P-C High School as freshmen, bringing 
with us an overall feeling of insecurity 
and inferiority. As the years progressed, 
however, this inferiority gradually 
transformed into the omnipotent attitude 
of superiority. The reasons for this radical 
transition are clearly evident, for we've 
done new things, made new friends and 
touched many fresh and sometimes even 
foreign ideas. We have achieved goals no 
prior class has or could have accomp- 
lished, because we are and always will be 
beautifully different. All that we have 
done we did in our own special way . . . 
the uniquely individual way of the class 
of 1975. 

It was this doing, this continual 
growing and learning that has taken us 
through the necessary metamorphosis . . . 
the transition from frightened little 
freshmen to the stable young men and 
women we are today. We are now ready 
to take on the responsibility for our lives, 
and yes, the lifeline of our great country. 
We have an inexperienced knowledge, but 
it is a youthful one and is eager to be of 
use. We have interacted with the town 
and the community and have had a taste 
of what it is to be free ... we have the 
choice of creating our own destiny. 

Growing away from youth does not 
necessarily mean growing out of youth. 
In our hearts there will always be that 
youthful vitality and looking back into 
our memories will help reinforce that 
tremendous youngness. The following 
pages are dedicated to igniting these 
memories of the past four years, dedi- 
cated in hopes that in 20 years it will 
be possible to glance at the words written 
here and. relive momentarily the "good ol' 
days" of youth. But remember as you 
journey through the land of nostalgia that 
the past need only be recalled, the future 
need only be lived. 

In the beginning, God created 
freshmen, fearful little people, no more 
than walking bundles of paranoia you 
know, afraid of the dark and all. Such a 
conglomeration of so very many different 
emotions and a rough start to the fleeting 
years ahead. We didn't think much about 
the rest of the world— we didn't even 
ponder over our eventual graduation. No, 
we freshmen were much too busy looking 









up at the upperclassmen who, by the way, were just as busy 
looking down on us. Remember . . . 

"Hey, Frosh!" . . . Me??? . . . "Don't worry, someday you'll 
grow" . . . locker combinations scribbled on little scraps of 
paper— just in case . . . "Wow! You mean this class meets every 
day??" . . . Cranberries . . . and all the new faces from the 
'other' towns . . . "Pay your 50V dues, or else!" . . . "They're 
making us pay to go to school?" . . . John, Paul, George, and 
Ringo, still the music... oh, those study halls... 
ZZZZZZ . . . "What do you mean this isn't Algebra I??!!" . . . 
drama club and Once Upon A Mattress . . . the tears shed over 
the tragic loss of Lynn Furtado and Kevin King . . . Love Story 
and Romeo and Juliet. . . no one under 17 allowed in the 
theater!!!... "I can't believe I ate the whole thing!!"... 
Godspell and Jesus Christ Superstar were biggest . . . "I'll join 
the chess club if you do" . . . "Midyears!!!?? What do they 
mean we gotta take midyears?"... all sporting POW-MIA 
bracelets and waiting for the return . . . "Oh !*#@!*, I forgot 
my locker combination again!!!"... "I can't say that!. 
Somebody might think I'm dumb or something!" . . . Steve, 
Tommy, Bunny and Anne bellowing, "How do you kids think 
we can do anything if we don't have any money?" . . . sigh . . . 
"Man, if I make it to 1975 I'll be lucky . . ." 

The wise-fool is the Sophomore and finally we had 
freshmen to pick on. It was a year of superficial 
self-confidence. We were trying to convince everybody 



(including ourselves) that we were the greatest thing since 
sliced bread. Unfortunately, we wrapped up in what might best 
be described as an extremely obnoxious attitude and anyone 
who wasn't a member of our class coundn't stand us, 
especially the freshmen. Remember . . . the bells stopped 
ringing and for awhile, it was a good excuse for not getting to 
class on time . . . water pistols and yo-yos . . . our leaders: 
Steve, Robin, Tracy and Anne . . . busy afternoons at the 
movies (drivers' education!) "Man, if I could only drive!!!" . . . 
Walking the halls with hands extended, "I got my class 
ring!" . . . "Jeff Tibbetts sold how many candles???" ... All in 
the Family . . . Afro-American Dancers made quite the 
showing . . . who didn't see the zany "Adaptation" and 
"Infancy"?? . . . "Ah, who worries about midyears??" . . . The 
Godfather ... "I want to join this club, and that club, and this 
club and" . . . the band takes a trip ... off to sunny 
Florida ... "I can't help it if I forget homeroom is after first 
oeriod!" . . . loss of Jim Browning . . . "You mean we get to 
choose what English we want???!" . . . "Maybe we should skip 
study hall" . . . women's liberation movement . . . "Somebody 
is actually attempting to revive the dead literary 
magazine?" . . . "Don't blame me, I'm from Mass." . . . Nixon 
49, America 1 ... I told you, win some-lose some . . . "Arena 
Scheduling . . .!#@*@!, I'm number 499! . . . I'll never get that 
class" . . . Vietnam finally comes to a close ... I can say and 
do what I want ... I'm a Sophomore. 





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Well, at last we become the so called "upperclassmen". 
Still, few realized until they got there just how much work the 
junior year involves. Tests and more tests kept us in a 
continual state of worry over our futures and for the first 
time, we watched the graduating class, saw a bit of ourselves. 
A kind of closeness and love began to develop, since after all, 
we were in this together. Remember . . . 

"My God! The office must be keeping records for some 
reason!!" ... Jr. SAT's and Achievements . . . hang it up . . . 
Hilo, Hawaii came to visit . . . Arsenic and Old Lace ... . "I 
haven't ever begun to look at colleges" . . . Beach Boys . . . 
let's go to the hop ... "I gotta get into that class; I need the 
credits to graduate!!" . . . "Who's graduating early??" . . . Gas 
lines . . . odd/even license plate numbers . . . "We have HOW 
many jackets left???" ... "I can't party tonight" . . . "too 
much homework"... "I got my driver's license— wanna go 
somewhere??" . . . armpit . . . Chuck Berry . . . "my 
ding-a-ling" . . . Junior Prom . . . "What color is your 
dress??" . . . The Way We Were and The Sting . . . "How much 
is a donut?" ... "I don't want to get up at 7:30 to take 
another @!%#* Achievement test!!!" ... its finally 
Saturday— maybe now I can relax . . . the death of Trina brings 
much heartache . . . "Will you buy for me?? . . . class officers: 
Steve, Tracy, Barbara, Anne . . . visitors from AFS . . . Judy 
Casteneda . . . Birgit Stein . . . who could forget "Kikki" 
Backteman? . . . Color My Bathhouse . . . "Do you realize we 
are going to be Seniors next year?" 

At last!, the Year. To think that in the past three short 
years we've grown from bashful, perplexed little freshmen 
(asking directions and thinking P-C was so big) to what we are 
now— mature, self-confident, bold seniors . . . Ahem. Now the 
school seems small, and we think we're pretty big. The year is 
our last and our best and deep down we all know, we're going 
to miss it when it finally ends. Remember . . . 

Measuring for caps and gowns... senior countdown... 
"Thisweek '75" . . . "most definitely the best backdrop 
ever" . . . "WHATS WRONG WITH ME???" ._. .boys' dance 
line and "Fire" . . . "Not the girls dance line again!?! . . . "Do 
you realize we have only— rehearsals left??".... class 
meetings . . . "What's a study?" . . . lollipops . . . smoking in 
the boys' room . . . the corner store . . . Dunkin Donuts or 
home for lunch . . . Senior Dinner Dance . . . "You must park 
in the last three rows ... I repeat . . . the last three rows! !" . . . 
or better . . . parking in the back lot . . . that magic 
age— 18!!!... SAT's and Achievements... "I haven't even 
mailed an application yet" . . . deadlines . . . interviews . . . 
Waiting, waiting, waiting . . . the juke box . . . "Do It Till 
You're Satisfield" at 6th lunch . . . 4th lunch . . . 5th lunch . . . 
7th and 8th . . . "Rotary Club Guests today will be" . . . class 
officers— Joh, Tracy, Barbara, and Marianne . . . Occupational 
Education Day . . . where am I going, what am I doing and 
what is the meaning in life???? . . . Elton John, "Rhoda" . . . 
straight- legged pants . . . Mickey Mouse revival . . . "Ohhh, I'm 
gonna go nuts" . . . "BANANNAS!!!!" ... the death of Jack 
Benny ... Ed Sullivan . . . Missing our own Mr. Perry and Dr. 
Browning . . . The Marx Brothers— "Do you rhumba?" Give me 
a rhumba from 1 to 10... Macy's Day Parade... senior 
candy . . . "How many cases of candy, Wayne??" . . . Senior 
Skip Day that never was . . . Pretty Day . . . "There's a party 
down the beach tonight. Wana come??" . . . Freak Night . . . 
Spaghetti Supper ... an end to Watergate . . . 

"Where's the bathhouse??" . . . Pilgrim '75 . . . Women's 
Rights . . . Rowdies '75 . . . cowbells, kazoos . . . munch, 
munch, munch ... "I wanna be an airborne ranger" . . . 
Manomet Madness . . . No. Plymouth Nonsense . . . West 
Plymouth Wildness . . . "Who are the three Chiltonville 
Chicks???" . . . "If you can't be an athlete, be an athletic 
supporter" . . . Fabri Scholarship Fund . . . new dean . . . new 
door . . . "sassy" . . . "spaz" . . . "two all beef patties, special 
sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed 
bun"... K-hunting all day long... I KNOW WHERE IT 
IS!!! . . . the year of disasters . . . Towering Inferno . . . 
Earthquake . . . Airport '75 . . . May 16th . . . graduation 
practice . . . graduation. The moment he hands you that 
diploma kid, it's all over. All the laughter and youngness the 
class of 1975 put into four of the best years of our lives . . . 
the end of our beginning. 






2001 : A CLASS ODDITY 

Some people say that you can never really go home again, but we proved that wrong when we 
returned to our old alma-mater, Plymouth-Carver High for our 26th class reunion. Why a 26th and 
not a 25th reunion? Well, it seems that our class still had Blue Eagle jackets to sell, left over from 
1974, and . . . Right Rocky???? 

Preparation for our reunion was a pep rally, but of course, no one attended except for mistress of 
ceremonies Janet Roby, and 43 year old cheerleader from l-LUV-U, Terri Tavares. 

The scene for the gala occasion was the Plymouth Beach Bath House, our old hangout. The theme 
for the event was "Colour My Bath House", depicted by the numerous "75's" painted on the walls by 
Steve "Michelangelo" Almeida, assisted by class artists John Payne and Linda Flaherty. 

Prior to entering the building, we noticed President John Fernandes, who, by the way, was dressed 
in the usual clique garb of moccasins, corduroys, and an oversized pullover sweater. 

We were greeted at the door by no other than Janet Roby, who, we learned, was doing her most 
for Carver, as she had done for P-C, by being elected to all five selectmen. 

Upon entering the main room, we paid our respects to our honored guests. They included Mr. 
Merrifield, now Editor-in-Chief of the New York Times; Mr. Bill "Butch" Nagle, author of the edited 
and revised edition of the New Testament; Miss Audrey Ziergebel, Librarian to the Library of 
Congress; Mr. Tarantino, Vice President of the United States; Mr. Gadbois, author of "75 Ways of 




CLASS WITS** Debbie and Peter 




HAPPY GO LUCKY** Charchie and Sue 





BEST ALL AROUND** John and Gerry 



MOST STUDIOUS** Ricky and Lydia 



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Going Crazy", also, Mr. Kispert, world famous Wizard of Wall Street; Mr. Wang, winner of a Nobel 
Peace Prize for his work in Physics (he had a little help from his daughter Ona); and Mr. Fleming, 
president of the campaign to fight litter in the hallways of P-C. 

While waiting for dinner to be served, we danced to the golden tones of "Zotnik", and talked 
amongst our old cronies. Amazingly enough, many of those whom we had chosen for the senior 
superlatives had ventured forth and lived up to their roles. Rick Arons, our most likely to succeed, 
was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, which he declined because Susan LeSuer, our other most 
likely, was on the committee. Steve Almeida, our "done most for P-C" won the nomination for 
president of the United States. Class sweethearts Tim Smith and Bonnie Simmons finally took the big 
step after the longest engagement on record. David Luther, class athlete, is now following in the 
footsteps of Joe Namath by being all star quarterback for the New York Jets, and holding the title of 
"Broadway Luther". Ann Motyka, female class athlete, is now captain of the U.S. Field Hockey 
Team. Karen Robinson and Mark Ohannesian are now serving time in the Plymouth County House of 
Correction for various charges, ranging from driving to endanger to driving under the influence. 
Everett Malaguti and Annette Closuit have become Plymouth's foremost hermits. 

Ray Tompkins, class writer, wrote the famous books, "Memoirs of a Yearbook Editor", and "How 
to Meet Yearbook Deadlines Without Really Trying." Val Ashton, class writer, along with Marianne 








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BEST LOOKING** Jami and Chris 



CLASS WRITERS?** Val and Ray 



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DONE MOST FOR P-C** Janet and Steve 



BEST DRESSED** Mark and Barbara 



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Cappozucca, published the 26th annual edition of the Lit Magazine. Class opposites Joe Ryan and 
Tim Sinn, Terri Straz and Karen Smith, all joined a Circus Freak Show. Scott Morrison and Debbie 
Balboni, class wits, headed for Hollywood, where they made it big as comedians. Joey Deetz and 
Terri Hall, class actors, also headed for Hollywood, where they became big names in show biz. Steve 
Ghidoni and Ann Dietlin, class musicians, are now members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. 

As dinner was served, we all looked anxiously to the table where Joe DeSisto and Terri Tavares 
were seated. They were voted as class pigs, and we were all anxious to see if they had changed any. 
After they had devoured the first three helpings in less than four minutes, it was unanimously agreed 
that they hadn't. 

While eating, we "chewed the fat" with our old classmates. It was learned that Gunna McKenna 
finally got his Master Plumbers License, that Jane Pikor was in the finals at the Wimbledon Tennis 
Match, and, that Mark Axford, along with Barbara Zaniboni, were on the Ten Best Dressed List for 
the year 2001. 

While waiting for dessert to be served, I looked around at my fellow classmates. Few had changed. 
Jerry Cabral and Charchie Siever were still best of friends. Pam Grady and Jane Pederzani were still 
giggling, but they also were still inseparable over the years. Paul Barber and Carol Lopes didn't shut 





BEST ATHLETES** Ann and David 



CLASS SWEETHEARTS** Timmy and Bonnie 






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CLASS ACTORS** Terry and Joey 



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up through the course of the whole evening. Jerry Towns and Debbie Schultz were making passes at 
every person who walked by. Charchie Siever and Susan Schied were still as happy-go-lucky as ever. 
Jon Tibbetts and Jane Pikor still has the personality and charm that won them the personality plus 
award. Jami Shorb and Chris Pacheco were still best looking, and of course, Genny Donelan and John 
Fernandes were still best all around. 

Toward the end of the evening, the inevitable reminiscing started. There was talk of the disastrous 
class meetings, about the candy bars that arrived in time for Thanksgiving, the football concession, 
the whoopie pies, about the parties down the beach, the number one football team, and parking in 
the first two rows of the parking lot. Also there was talk about skipping study to go to town for 
lunch, about the senior show, pretty day, graduation, the yearbook, about old teachers, homework, 
about the prom and the dinner dance, exams, the good times, and the bad. 

The evening was topped off with drag racing on the beach, and with one last futile attempt, for old 
times sake, to get past the Beach Police. 

Our reunion was unique, in that it seemed to prove without a doubt that the class of 1975 really 
was, the class with "class". 





HIGHWAY MENACES** Karen and Mark 



CLASS MUSICIANS** Ann and Steve 












MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED** Sue and Ricky 



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President — John Fernandes 



Vice President — Tracy Villani 





Secretary — Barbara Zaniboni 



Treasurer — Marianne Capozucca 



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JOSEPH T. AHERN 

Pond View Circle 
Manomet. Mass 

"Joe" Happiness is: being with MB and 

graduation Pet peeve: 1 958 . Ambition 

Naval Academy or N.R.O.T.C . . . Favorite 
saying: "Far out man" . . . Prizes: geedunks 
and license 

Activities: Chess Club 3, 4; French Club 3. 4; 
Pilgrim Staff 4; Senior Show 4; National Honor 
Society 4 



STEVEN MICHAEL ALMEIDA 

White Oak Drive 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Steve" . Happiness is: getting rowdy . . . Pet 
peeve: accidents . Ambition to be successful 
in life . . Favorite saying: "How ya doing?" 
. . . Prizes: Hie and family 

Activities Football 1 ; Baseball 1 ; Class Presi- 
dent 1, 2, 3; School Advisory Council 3, Stu- 
dent Council 1 . 2. 3, 4 



RUSSELLALSHEIMER 

12 Allerton St 
Plymouth. Mass 






ROSE MARIE AMARAL 

West St 
Carver. Mass 

"Toots" . Happiness is getting along with 

no fights about it Pet peeve November 5. 

1974 N.R W . Ambition to live a good long 
happy life . . Favorite saying: "That's Okay" 
Prizes: August 1974 

Activities Softball 1 : Basketball 1 : Track 2. 3. 4 



ROBERTA TOMASINA AMUZZINI 

RFD #4 Gunner's Exch. Rd 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Bobbi" . . Happiness is: being with a certain 
someone and dancing . . Pet peeve: "Bad 
Moods" and two-faced people Ambition: 

to be happy someday . . . Favorite saying 
"Excellent!" . . . Prizes: my dance trophies and 
Chester 

Activities: Marching Girls 1; Drama Club 1. 4; 
Homeroom Rep 1 . 2. 3 



SCOTT BARTLETT ANDERSON 

Bartlett Road 
Manomet. Mass. 

"Andy" . . . Happiness is: truckin' . . Pet 
peeve: D.C.M. & Florida . . . Ambition: college 
. . . Prizes: license, friends, and life 

Activities: Octopus 3. 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3: 
Senior Show 4 



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FREDRICK KARLARONS 

1 3 Carver Rd 
Plymouth. Mass 

And now here is my secret, 

A very simple secret 

It is only with the eye that one can see rightly. 

What is essential is invisible to the eye, 

Antoine de Samt-Exupery 

Activities: Arsenic and Old Lace 3; Model 
Congress 3, 4; French Club 1. 2. 3. French 
Club President 3, A.F.S 3, 4; A.F.S, President 
4; Mass. Boy's State 3, Mass Regional Advisory 
Council 4; Oliver 4; Homeroom Rep. 1. 2, 3. 4. 
Student Council 4; Manomet Mini-Course 3; Jr. 
Prom Committee Chairman 3; Senior Concession 
Stand 4, NMSQT-Letter of Commendation; 
Octopus 2; National Honor Society 4 



CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY ANZUONI 

2 Bunker Hill Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Chris" 

Activities: Football 2: Band 4 



DEBORAH LEAH ARNOLD 

49 Flint Locke Drive 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Debbie" . . Happiness is: a full tank of gas 
and a good night club . . . Pet peeve: staying 
in . . . Ambition: to be a model and travel 
Favorite saying "Really?" . Prizes: having a 
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JOHN LEO ASKINS.JR. 

1 86 Summer St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Johnny Skins" . . . Happiness is: working 
and raking in the money . . . Pet peeve: baby- 
sitting for my brothers . . Ambition: to be- 
come a carpenter . . Favorite saying: "Oh 
man" . . . Prizes the wind with my sailboat 

Activities Track 2, 3, 4 




VALERIE ANNE ASHTON 

95 Warren Ave. 
Plymouth, Mass. 

If today was not an endless highway, 
If tonight was not a crooked trail. 
If tomorrow wasn't such a long time. 
Then lonesome would mean nothing to me at all. 

— Bob Dylan 

Activities: Secretary Drama Club 1 ; Spanish 
Club 1; Lit Magazine 2, 4; Co-Editor Lit Maga- 
zine 3; Senior Show 4; Tri-Editor Yearbook 4; 
Octopus Staff 4; Model Congress 4 




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BONNIESUE BAILLIE 

RFD #1 Beaver Dam Rd 

Plymouth. Mass 

"Captain" . Happiness is being around 
people you love Pet peeve certain snobbish 

people at PC Ambition to be the best 

student in college I possibly can be . . . 
Favorite saying: "Such is life" 

Activities: Dean's Council 3, 4 



MARK L. AXFORD 

15 Priest Road 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Max" Happiness is: a 10-0 season and 

being with that certain lady . Pet peeve: a 
bad knee and teachers that go too fast 
Ambition: to be happy in life . . Favorite 
saying: "Come on!" . . Prizes: a little football 
player and Karin 

Activities: Football 3. 4. Basketball 2, 3; Golf 
1. 2. 3. 4; Jr. Prom Committee 3; Usher 3; 
Senior Show 4 



LYDIA MARIE BAIETTI 

313 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Lyd" 

Just as my fingers on these keys 
Make music, so the selfsame sounds 
On my spirit make music, too. 

— Wallace Stevens 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Choir 2. 3, 4 
Semsba 2. 3: A.F.S. 1, 2; A.F.S. Treasurer 2 
Homeroom Rep 1. 2: Yearbook Staff 4 
F.N.C — Treas 3: Arch bearer 3; NHS 3. 4 
Senior Show 4 




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CLAUDIA BALBONI 

80 Forest Ave Ext 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Bunny" . Happiness is: being with Bobby . . . 
Pet peeve: people that won't admit they're 
wrong . . . Ambition: to become a secretary 
and be married . . Favorite saying: "What can 
I say?" . . . Prizes: "Popcorn", "Tuffy", and my 
rings 

Activities: Class Secretary 1 : Senior Show 4 




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Gate Street 
Carver. Mass. 




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DEBRA ANN BALBONI 

31 Liberty Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Balbi" . . . Happiness is: field hockey, winning, 
and the beach , . Pet peeve: B-a-a-a-a-b-s and 
M.S. . . Ambition: to live and be happy 
Favorite saying: "Spare me" (right Lilly?) 
Prizes: '70 Nova, # 19, and friends 

Activities: Field Hockey 1. 2. 3. 4. Softball 
1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; 
Girls Sports Club 



PAUL BARBER 

Manomet Ave. 
Manomet. Mass 

"Mooch" . Happiness is: being a beach 
bum . . Pet peeve: going 55 m.p.h Am- 

bition: to be a law enforcement officer 
Favorite saying: "What's wrong" Prizes: 

summertime 



FRANCES MARIE BARBIERI 

32 Vernon Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Franny" (Doopsyl . . Happiness is. Bob and 
knowing he'll always be there . . Pet peeve 
fake people Ambition to become a house- 

wife and mother Favorite saying: "Coffee" 

. . Prizes: memories of my mother and those 
talks with my F.M.I.L. 






MARKF. BARBIERI 

25 River Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Boo" . . . Happiness is: being with friends . . . 
Pet peeve having no money . Ambition: 

having money and living . . . Favorite saying 
"Where's the party" . . Prizes: my car and 
friends 



DIANNECOLE BARKER 

L1 5 Leach Pond Road 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Dee" . "B.B." . . . Happiness is: to Love 
and Be Loved . . Pet peeve: phonies, peas, 
pressures, age, short men Ambition: to 

capture all that life has to offer Favorite 

Saying: you've got a friend . Prizes: memories, 
Beatle albums, honesty. Deering. basketball, 
family 



RICHARD BARUFALDI 

Paddington Way RFD #3 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Hunko" Happiness is sleeping til noon . 

Ambition staying alive . Favorite saying 

"Hey! Axle Grease" 



Activities: Basketball 2. 3. 4; Softball 2. 3, 4; 
FTA 2. 3, 4; Sports Club 3, 4: National Honor 
Society 4 



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PATRICIA ANN BASSETT 

37 Oak Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Patty" . . Happiness is: being with Bob 
Pet peeve Tappy and going to work . . Ambi- 
tion: to marry Bob and live a happy life 
Prizes: my diamond and Smokey 



PETER DAMIEN BASTONI 

Kristin Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Pete" . . Happiness is a full tank of gas and a 
couple of six packs Pet peeve: inconsiderate 
people and work Ambition: to be a marine 

mechanic and own my own business 

Activities Auto Shop 3. 4 



ROBIN LOUISE BEATON 

West Street 
Carver. Mass. 

Of Poems. Prayers, and Promises 
And things that we believe in. 
How sweet it is to love someone. 
How right it is to care. 
How long it's been since yesterday 
And what about tomorrow? 
And what about our dreams 
And all the memories we shared? 



Activities: Pilgrim Staff 4; Senior Show 4 






WAYNE M. BEGIN 

Rt 44 Little Clear Pond 
■ Plymouth, Mass. 

"Wayne" Happiness is good times with 

friends . . Pet peeve: people with no ambition 
or drive Ambition to study in the field of 

economics . . Favorite saying: "Take it easy" 
. . Prizes family and beliefs 

Activities: Baseball 1, 2. 3. 4: Soccer 1. 4: 
Basketball 1; Student Council 1: Octopus 2, 4. 
Pilgrim Staff 4. Senior Show 4: Model Congress. 
Senior Concession Stand 4 



DEBRA ANN BENSON 

Flint-Locke Drive 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Debbie" . Happiness is: a day at Little 
Pond . . . Pet peeve: phoney people . Ambition: 
to become an X-ray technician . Favorite 

saying: "Oh yeah" . Prizes: my parents and 
friends 



STEPHEN JENNINGS BERG 

Tremont St 
South Carver. Mass. 

"Steve" . . . Happiness is: something happening 
on the weekends . . . Pet peeve: missing a 
bunny and being asked. "Where's your brother 
Fred?" . . Ambition: to be successful in what- 
ever I do and to have a good time while I'm 
young . . . Favorite saying: "Got any bones" . . . 
Prizes: a chance to live a long life 

Activities Cross Country 2. 3; Basketball 1. 2. 3. 
4: Track 1.2.4 



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CHERYL LYNN BOLDUC 

Greenview Drive 
Plymouth. Mass 

, Happiness is. people who care 



BARBARA JOAN BEST 

129 Westerly Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Tillie" . . . Happiness is: a sense of humor . . . 
Pet peeve: bugs . . Ambition: to travel 
Favorite saying: "Bug off" . . . Prizes: family 
and friends 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4; Tennis 2, 3. 4; 
Volleyball 2, 3. 4; Softball 1; Band 1. 2. 3. 4; 
Stage Band 2; Dean's Council 2; Drama Club 2, 
3; French Club 2; Homeroom Rep. 1. 2; Senior 
Show 4; Pilgrim Staff 4 



JAMES BISHOP 

Surrey Drive RFD #3 
Plymouth. Mass. 



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BRENDALEE BRADY 

Hillside Drive 
Manomet. Mass 

"Bren" . . . Happiness is: listening to Chicago 
and Three Dog Night . . Pet peeve: people who 
don't care . . . Ambition: to be happy and work 
with children . . . Favorite saying: "Behaving 
yourself?" . . . Prizes: friends, right C.P.?? and 
memories of T.W.M. 73/74 

Activities: Dean's Council 1, 2: Manomet Mini 
Course 2; Work Study 3. 4; Senior Show 4 




RICHARD BOTELHO 

290 Carver Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 



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"Rick" . . . Happiness is: being all alone with a 
pretty girl . . . Pet peeve girls that say, "Not 
Now" . . . Ambition: to be a commercial artist 
and song writer . . Favorite saying: "Can't get 
enough of super sugar crisp" . . . 



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DAVID BRODERICK 

31 Carters Bridge Rd 
Cedarville. Mass 

"Cannon" or "Toad" Happiness is. a P-C 

beach party Pet peeve people partying on 

my car . Ambition to be a policeman 



Activities. Football 3 



FRANCIS PETER BRENNAN 

21 Post "N" Rail Avenue 
Cedarville. Mass 

"Fran" . . . Happiness is: being with Bonny . 
Pet peeve creeps Ambition: to spend my 

life with Bonny . Prizes: car, hockey skates 



MARYANN BRIGIDA 

1 1 Russell Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Mary" . Happiness is: summertime and be- 
ing with J A. . Pet peeve: getting up for 
school and a certain red shirt . . . Ambition: to 
move away from Plymouth and see the world . . . 
Favorite saying: "No dice" . . . Prizes: a very 
special gift from J A . and Uggey (of course) 

Activities: Art Club 1; Dean's Council 2; Drama 
Club 1. 2. 3; Senior Show 4; Octopus 3. 4; 
Rotary Club Guest 4; Pilgrim Staff 4; French 
Club 1. 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Homeroom 
Rep. 2, 3; National Honor Society 3. 4 



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MARY BUNSZELL 

45 Filmore Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 




THERESA ANN BROWN 

W-15 Leach Pond Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Terry" Happiness is. being with the one I 

love, Gene Pet peeve: being alone 

Ambition: get married to G.T. . . Favorite say- 
ing: let's go Prizes Lisa Marie 







PAULA ELLEN BURT 

1 60 Summer Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Paula" . . . Happiness is: being with that special 
someone and Sept. 23, 1974 . . . Pet peeve: 
people who like to stick their nose where it 
doesn't belong . . . Ambition: to make the best 
of what I've got . . . Favorite saying: Yeah, you 
think so . . . Prizes: him and our own little 
thing 



EMORY GEORGE BURTON 

26 Olmsted Terrace 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Butch" . . . Happiness is: getting out of work 
early . . . Pet peeve: strict teachers . . Ambition: 
to travel the U.S. . . . Favorite saying: "Tell me 
another one" . . . Prizes: that certain girl. L G 

Activities: Cross Country 2 



JOSEPH WITTAN BUTTERFIELD 

Jordan Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 



"Zotnik' 






PATRICIA LYNN BUTTERFIELD 

RFD#3 

Federal Furnace Road 

Plymouth, Mass. 



GERALD PAUL CABRAL 

30 Nicks Rock Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Poncho" . . . Happiness is: the soccer team bus 
after a win Pet peeve: shaving, milk on the 

moustache . . . Ambition: to help under- 
privileged kids . . . Favorite saying: "What's the 
story?" . . Prizes my moustache and my blue 
and white shoes 



CECILIA CAIN 

228 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass 



Activities: Band 1. 2; 
Soccer 4 



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VICKY KIM CALHOUN 

1 6 Cedar Terrace 
Cedarville. Mass 

"Vic" . Happiness is: a long, long walk on the 
beach Pet peeve: unfriendly people 

Ambition: to live a long and happy life with DC. 
. Favorite saying "You faggot" Prizes: 

my parents and Donnie C 

Activities: Basketball 1 ; Softball 1 ; Homeroom 
Rep. 1, 2; Sports Club 1 



JAMES M. CALLAHAN 

1 93 Emerson Road 
White Horse Beach. Mass. 

"Jimbo" 

What would you think if I sang out of tune, 

Would you stand up and walk out on me. 

Lend me your ears and I'll sing you a song 

And I'll try not to sing out of key, oh, 

I get by with a little help from my friends, 

mmm . . . 
I get high with a little help from my friends. 
Gonna try with a little help from my friends. 

The Beatles 

Activities: Senior Honor Group 4; Football 2, 3, 
4; Wrestling 2. 3, 4: Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; 
Rotary Club Guest 4; Model Congress 4; Boy's 
State 3; National Honor Society 3. 4; NHS. 
President 4; French Club 3. 4: Senior Show 4 



DOLORES MARIE CAMARA 

22 Hamilton Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Dolores" . Happiness is: the beach and 

laughing with LG . Pet peeve: cleaning 

house and people who never smile . Ambi- 
tion: to live life to its fullest Favorite 
saying: "I'm only kidding!" Prizes family, 
special friends and "Freckles" 

Activities: Pilgrim Tri-Editor 4: Octopus 2, 4; Jr 
Prom Committee 3: A.F.S 1. 2. 3. 4: A.F.S. 
President 4; French Club 1, 2. 3: French Club 
Vice President 2, Dean's Council 2: Jr. Prom 
Usherette 2: National Honor Society 3, 4: Drama 
Club 1. 2; School Play 2: Homeroom Rep. 2. 3: 
Senior Show 4 






JAMES LEON CANADA 

18 Tavern Path 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Activities: Cross Country 2. 3: Track 2, 3, 
Drama Club 2. 4: Senior Show 4 



MARIANNE CAPOZUCCA 

73 Obery Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Cap" . . . Happiness is: the warm sunshine 
and being with the people I care about . . . Pet 
peeve not having the time to do what I want . . . 
Ambition: to win the hearts of small children 
. . . Prizes: family, friends and the beach 

Activities: Cheerleader 1; Sodality 1: Drama 
Club 2; A.F.S. 2. 3; Marching Girls 3, 4: Home- 
room Rep. 2, 3: Class Treasurer 4: Lit. Maga- 
zine 2, 3, 4; Lit. Editor 3. 4: Model Congress 
3, 4; Dean's Council 3. 4; Girls State Repre- 
sentative 3: Prom Committee 3; Graduation 
Archbearer 3; Pilgrim Staff 4; Octopus 4; 
National Honor Society 4 



ANNE MARIE CARAFOLI 

22 Murray Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Anna Banana" . . Happiness is: L.F. Friends, 
summertime, gusto . . . Pet peeve: fights, diets, 
Christine's curbs, and "the steps" . . . Ambi- 
tion: to travel and be rich . . . Favorite saying: 
"Check it out, beaut, coytard" . . . Prizes: 
three little boys, Leo and memories 

Activities: Class Treasurer 1, 2. 3; Girl's Basket- 
ball 1.2; Girl's Track 1 ; Majorettes 2. 3 



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PETER MATTHEW CARR 

345 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Pete" . . . Happiness is. 35-24-34 Pet 

peeve: Monday morning . Ambition: to be- 
come a successful carpenter . Favorite 
saying: "Well, it's like this" . . . Prizes '73 
Merc.BAK 

Activities: Senior Show 4; Track 4; Wrestling 4 



KIM WAYNE CARDON 

Esta Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Happiness is: being with Cathy . . Pet peeve: 
getting to school on time . . . Ambition: to travel 
and have a house up North in the wilderness 
. . . Prizes: my mach I 

Activities: Football 1; Hockey 1,2 



CHERYL ANN CARDOZA 

Rocky Hill Road RFD#1 
Plymouth. Mass. 

Happiness is: H.F.C.S.S., graduating early, and 
having a dude that's for real . . . Pet peeve: 
J.P.B., jive turkeys, and living in Plymouth . . 
Ambition: to become a nurse, own a bad ride, 
and move back to California . . Favorite 
saying: "This place is dead" and "What's 
happening" . . . Prizes: my job, money, and a 
true friend, family 

Activities: Cheerleader 3. 4: Track 3. Basketball 
4: Softball 4 



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THERESA DARLENE CARTER 

Herring Pond Road 
Cedarville, Mass. 

It's the little things that mean so much, 
A friendly smile, a comforting touch, 
A card, a call, a thoughtful deed, 
A helping hand in time of need. 
It's the little acts of sharing, giving, 
That add great joy to daily living. 

Passionist Missionaries 



Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4: A.F.S. 
3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 2, 3: Octopus Staff 4; 
Senior Show 4 




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DEBRA CARTER 

92 Allerton Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Debbie" . . . Happiness is: warm sunny days, a 
field hockey game and being with Dan . . . Pet 
peeve: insensitive people and being teased 
"right Dennis" . . . Ambition: to become a 
teacher and live each day to the fullest . . . 
Favorite saying: "In all seriosity" . . . Prizes: 
my birthstone ring, my family, and D.M.S.M.- 
H.S.R.MJJ.B.M. 

Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: 
Gymnastics 2: Homeroom Rep. 1: Chorus 1, 2, 
3, 4: Senior Show 4 



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JANE E. CHRISTOFORI 

77 River Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Let the night be too dark for me to see 
Into the future. Let what will be, be" 

— Robert Frost 



RICHARD ABBOTT CAVICCHI 

12 Alvin Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Rick" . . . Happiness is: Paragon Park and 
being with friends . . Pet peeve; People that 
hurt others by saying things they don't really 
mean . . . Ambition to make it in life . Favorite 
saying "Fantastic! I" . . . Prizes: my family and 
friends 

Activities: Band 3, 4, Choir 3, 4; Drama Club 2; 
Senior Show 4 



EDWIN B.CHASE 

Plymouth Street 
North Carver, Mass. 

"Ed" . . . Happiness is: love and joy. giving and 
receiving 




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JULIE MARIE CLARKE 

12 Westwood Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Clarkie" . . . Happiness is: Sunday and Thurs- 
day nights, and a day off . Pet peeve: getting 
up early . Ambition: to go to college and 
become rich . . Favorite saying: "For crying out 
loud" . . Prizes: Sandy, Boo Boo, and my tennis 
racket 

Activities: Dean's Council 3, 4; A.F.S. 3: Big 
Sisters 1 ; Future Teachers 3, 4; Treasurer 4; 
Octopus 4 





MICHAEL CINGOLANI 

1 65 Warren Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 







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ANNETTE LYNN CLOSUIT 

Main Street 
Carver, Mass. 

"Cranberries" . . . Ambition to be a fashion de- 
signer and merchandiser . . Favorite saying: 
"A penny saved is a penny earned" 



ABBOT RUSSELL COFFIN III 

Rocky Hill Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Chip" Happiness is: Saturday nights and 

my bikes . . . Pet peeve: losing money on 
Saturday nights . Ambition: to be a diesel 
mechanic . . Favorite saying: "Hooked up" 

Activities: Tennis 1, 2; Football 1; Wrestling 3. 
4; Drama 3. 4 



ANN GRACE COLLINS 

Little Sandy Pond Road 
Cedarville. Mass 

Why should we be in such desperate haste to 
succeed in such desperate enterprises' 1 If a man 
does not keep pace with his companions, 
perhaps it is because he hears a different 
drummer. Let him step to the music which he 
hears, however measured or far away 

— Henry David Thoreau 



Activities A.F.S. 3. 4; Nurse's Club 1. 2. 3; Band 
2; Octopus Staff 3, Ping Pong 3 






CLARK RICHARD CONTI 

7 Flint Locke Drive 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Fred Arbez???" . . . Happiness is: CAS. and 
money in my pocket . . . Pet peeve: Blue V.W.'s 
and work . Ambition: Burgler alarm specialist 
. . Favorite saying: "Only on Tuesday!" . . . 
Prizes: Limousine and chauffeur's cap 

Activities: Band 1,2,3, 4; Yomoski's 3, 4 



DENNIS MICHAEL COOK 

17 Standish Court 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Cookie" . . Happiness is: a full tank of gas, a 
6 pack, and Saturday nights at Ellis Haven . . 
Pet peeve: quiet and snobby people, and W T 
Fairbanks . . Ambition: T.SA.N. and Coast 
Guard . . Favorite saying: "I'll be dipped" 
Prizes: Amy and license 



BONNIE HATHLEEN CORREA 

5 Brookside Avenue 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Bonnie" . Happiness is: Mark . Pet peeve 
snobs Ambition to get married Favorite 

saying: "Be serious" Prizes M D and my 

Roadrunner 



Activities Footbal 
Senior Show 4 



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STEVEN PAUL CORREA 

62 Seven Hills Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

Happiness is: flashing moons on a Saturday 
night Pet peeve: waking up early in the 

morning Ambition to travel Favorite 

saying: "That's life" . Prizes Monte Carlo 

Activities Football 1.2 



ADELLA ROSE COSTA 

Rochester Road 
South Carver, Mass. 

"Delia" or "Adel" . Happiness is: Jimmy-Joe 
(my son) Pet peeve: U.S. History with 

Mr Baden . . Ambition: to be a mother and 
also have other children . . . Prizes: my son 
and life 

Activities: Track & Field 2, Concert Choir 2 



DOUGLAS JAMES COSTA 

34 Cherry Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Doug" . . Happiness is: going out and May 
"73" . . . Pet peeve: snobby girls . Ambition 
trade school . Favorite saying: "To the bone" 
Prizes: Karen, "64" Ford, and Lydia 

Activities Football 1. 2. 4. Basketball 1 






ROBERT JAMES COSTA JR. 

74 Liberty Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Bob" or "Robbie" . . Happiness is: working on 
my car . Pet peeve: people with short 

tempers Ambition to become a mechanic 

Favorite saying "How are you?" Prizes 
car- stereo 



TERESA A. COUGHLIN 

RFD#4Box246 
Buzzards Bay. Mass. 

"Terry" . . . Happiness is: listening to the no 
school announcements . . . Pet peeve: seeing 
Mrs. Ledo in the lavatory . . . Ambition: to 
be a teacher of Art . . Favorite saying: "Hey 
you, you're ugly" 

Activities Oliver 4 



MICHAEL P. COX 

Sachem Road 
Cedar Bushes, Manomet, Mass. 

"Mike" . . . Happiness is: being with Cindy . . . 
Pet peeve rotten people . Ambition: to learn 
a trade . . Favorite saying: "Well, alright" 
Prizes: my work 



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KIM E. DAVIS 

1 Seneca Lane 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Kim" . . . Happiness is to be born in '57 and 
to graduate in the opposite year '75 Ambi- 

tion: to be involved in pre-school education or 
law enforcement . Favorite saying: "I don't 
know" 



MICHAEL CROSBY 

3 George Street 
Cedarville. Mass 



CYNTHIA LEE DAVEIGA 

Leachpond Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Cindy" . Happiness is: being with Lance . . . 
Pet peeve two-faced people . .Ambition: to be 
a secretary and live a long and happy life with 
Lance . Favorite saying: "Hi, Fluff" 

Activities: Senior Show 4 



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THOMAS WILLIAM DAVIS 

373 Court Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Tom" . . Happiness is: success . . . Pet peeve: 
my locker . Ambition: U.S. Coast Guard 
Favorite saying: "No way" . . Prizes: my 
guardian angel 

Activities: Vice-President 1 ; A F.S. 2, 3, 4 




RICHARD W. DAVIS JR. 

373 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Big Dick" . . . Happiness is: graduating . . . Pet 
peeve: working with Jeff . . Ambition: to get 
rich . . . Favorite saying: "Ya know what I 
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RONALD L. DENONCOURT 

Beaver Dam Road 
Manomet. Mass 

"Goody" Happiness is: Saturday nights . . 

Pet peeve: D L.C cliques Ambition to get 

rich, play the drums, and get married 
Favorite saying "What's happening}'" Prizes 
my '66 mustang and LL.D. 



DAYTON JOSEPH DEETZ 

Plimoth Plantation 
Plymouth. Mass 



FRANCIS KARL DENNULL 

Federal Furnace Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Frank" . . Happiness is: weekends, summers, 
and a band . . . Pet peeve: my mother being a 
teacher . Ambiton: to further my education, a 
good job, and a happy life 

Activities: Soccer 1; Work Study 3, 4; Concert 
Choir 1,2 




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JOSEPH ROBERT DESISTO JR. 

63 Alden Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Papa Bone" . . . Happiness is: winning . . . Pet 
peeve: getting up in the morning and homework 
. . . Ambition: to finish school and be successful 
. . . Prizes: my Clydesdale legs and pigskin 

Activities: Football 1, 2. 3, 4; Baseball 1; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3. 
4; Intramurals 1 , 2. 3, 4; Latin Club 1. 2; Usher 
3: Senior Show 4 




JO ANN MARIE DERN 

Federal Furnace Road 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Jo" . . Happiness is: being with friends 
Ambition: to work with children . . Favorite 
saying : "Obanoba" Prizes M.M.P. 







JOSEPH L. DETRANI 

97 Woodworth Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Joe" . . Happiness is: finding my car . . . Pet 
peeve: my stolen car . . Ambition: to be a 
mechanic . . . Favorite saying: "Wow" . . . 
Prizes: my car 



NICHOLAS GERALD DETRANI JR. 

65 Standish Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Nick" . . . Happiness is: getting the most out of 
life . . . Pet peeve my big brother . . . 
Ambition: to work with the fire department . . 
Favorite saying: "How ya doin'?" . . Prizes: 
'64 cyclone, family, and friends 

Activities: Soccer 1 



SUZAN FIELD DEVITT 

Highland Place 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Sue" . . Happiness is: the sea. the sand, and 
a quiet horizon . . . Pet peeve: being tickled . . . 
Ambition: to be an artist and make a certain 
someone happy . Favorite saying: "You 

creep" . Prizes the sunshine, a friendship, 
and my hands 

Activities: Art Club: 1, 2, 3: Gymnastics 1, 2; 
Homeroom Rep. 1. 2: Drama 2, 3, Senior Show 
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ANDREA JEANNE DIAZ 

1 6 Boutemain Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass 

"The time will come when no man or woman will 
be able to stand on borrowed light. Each of 
you will have to be guided by the light within 
himself. 

—Heber C. Kimball 

Activities: Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 3; 
Senior Show 4; Semsba 1. 2. 3, 4: A.F.S. 
Secretary 2; French Club 3: Octopus 1. 2, 3: 
Chamber Ensemble 2; Model Congress 4: 
District 3, 4: A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's Council 
3,4; Pilgrim Staff 4 



EDWARD ALLEN DIAZ 

Plymouth Rock Terrace 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Eddie" . Happiness is: being with Carmie . . . 
Pet peeve: snobby people . Ambition: becom- 
ing successful . . . Favorite saying "Right" 
Prizes: my car 

Activities: Football 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 
4 



ANN DIETLIN 

20 Holmes Terrace 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Ann"'. Happiness is performing with band 
and chorus Pet peeve, one way streets 

Ambition to be successful Favorite saying 

"You're not getting older, you're getting better" 
. . Prizes: my friends and family 

Activities Girls Sports Club 3. 4; Future 
Teachers 4: A.F.S 1. Softball 1. Octopus 4. 
President's Physical Fitness Award 1. Ac- 
companist for Nathaniel Morton 5th Grade 
Chorus 3. Drama Club 2: Track 2. Ping Pong 
2; Dean's Council 2. 3. 4. Manomet Mini- 
Courses 3. Field Hockey 3. Tennis 3. Chorus 
1 , 2. 3, 4; Band 3. 4. Pilgrim Staff 4 



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LAUREN OIODATO 

Westerly Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Laurie" Happiness is: being with Ronnie 

Pet peeve snobs and clicks . Ambition 
to get married one day to RLG . Favorite 

saying: fry . Prizes: Bird. "Tweety" 



CYNTHIA LEE DIOZZI 

40 South Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Suzan Pie" . . . Happiness is: my parents and 
seeing him . . . Pet peeve people who are 
always crabbing and loud mouth girls . . 
Ambition: to be a good wife and mother . . . 
Favorite saying: "Are you telling the truth" . . 
Prizes two stuffed animals and B letters 



WILLIAM J. DOHERTY JR. 

Crystal Lake Drive 
Carver. Mass. 

"Billy" . . Pet peeve: people who talk too 
much . Prizes: my car 






EILEEN DONAHUE 

44 Mayflower Street 
Plymouth. Mass 



GENEVIEVE MARY LOUISE DONELAN 

10Clyfton Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 



OEBRA L. DRIES 

176 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



"Weve" . Happiness is: knowing someone 
cares . . . Pet peeve: grumpy people and 
T.M.F. singing . . Ambition: to finish school 
and be successful Favorite saying: "Forget 

it!" . . . Prizes: my teddy bear 

Activities: Softball 1; Marching Girls 2. 3, 4; 
Marching Girls Co-Capt 4; Model Congress 1. 2, 
3; Drama Club 1; Concession 3; Usherette 2, 
3; Jr Prom Committee 3; Pilgrim Staff 4; Stu- 
dent Council 1. 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Office 
Aide 4; Basketball 1. 2 



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JULIE ANN EDWARDS 

18 Whiting Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Hulio" . . . Happiness is: winning against 
Silver Lake . . . Pet peeve: people who think 
they know everything Ambition to be a 

Phys-Ed teacher . . . Favorite saying: "Hey 
Chink!" . . Prizes a friendship 

Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2. 3. 4. Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2. 3. 4. Homeroom 
Rep 1, 2. 3. 4; Girls Sports 1. 2, 3, 4; Leader 
Corps 1. 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4. Dean's 
Council 1, 2, 3; Gymnastics Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 
Vice-Pres 4; Student Council 4 



DEBRA MARIE DUNN 

8 Holmes Terrace 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Deb" . . . Happiness is: riding a horse on a 
warm summer day and visiting my grand- 
parents' farm in Alabama . . . Pet peeve: people 
who are a/ways late . . . Ambition: to be a suc- 
cess in what I choose to do in life . Favorite 
saying: "I'm Sorry" . . Prizes: my life, family, 
friends, and stereo 

Activities: Band 1,2,3, 4; Chorus 1 : Graduation 
Usherette 2. 3: Guidance Aide 2; Feature 
Twirler 3, 4; WBCCI New England Teen Queen 
4; Queen's Court 3; Pilgrim Staff 4 




EVELYN JOYCE EDDY 

State Road 
Manomet. Mass 

"Evelyn" . Happiness is: August 1973 and 
December 21 , 1974 . Pet peeve: conceited 
people Ambition: to make M.F.S. happy . . . 
Favorite saying: "Oh yeah, really!" . . Prizes: 
my diamond 

Activities: A.F.S. 2; Future Nurses 2 



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DANA LEE ELLIS 

30 Dwight Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Dan" . . Happiness is: memories of Jerry . . . 
Pet peeve nights at K.D.I, and jealous people 
(right Jerry?!) . . . Ambition to travel and be 
happy . . . Favorite saying: I can't, I have to work 
. Prizes: family, friends, "the list," the good 
times with 5 d.w. and 1 d dm. 

Activities: Field Hockey 1: Basketball 1; Tennis 

1. 2. 3. 4; Student Council 1: Homeroom Rep 

2, 3, 4; Honors Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Leader Corps 
2, 3, 4; Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Band Council 2, 4; 
Girls Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Prom Committee 
3; Senior Show 4 







JOHN WALTER EKBERG 

RD #4 Box 452 
Buzzards Bay, Mass. 

"Jack" . . Happiness is: trying the best you can 
. . . Pet peeve: tourists . . . Ambition: to work . . . 
Favorite saying: "Be serious" . . . Prizes: my 
family, cars, trucks, and motorcycles 

Activities: Intramurals 3 



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KAREN FARRAHER 

26 Carolyn Drive 
Manomet, Mass 

"Germie" Happiness is doing as I please . . . 
Pet peeve just hanging around Ambition: to 
be a medical secretary . . . Favorite saying: 
"Oh come on!" . Prizes: '66 Chevy by 
G.EB.&PG 

Activities: Softball 1 . 3. 4; Girls Sports Club 1 . 2 



CHARLES EUGENE ESTES 

44 Spooner Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Charlie" . . Happiness is: winning . Pet 
peeve: by the summer's end . Ambition: to 
become an electrical engineer . . Favorite 
saying: "Oh Baby" . . . Prizes: my golf clubs 

Activities: Football 1. 2. 3, 4: Golf 2. 3, 4; Band 
1,2.3. 4: Varsity Club 3. 4; Senior Show 4 



TERESA MARIA FAMA 

2 Chapel Hill Drive 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Treesa" . . . Happiness is: a long slow weekend 
with a cold football game and a warm jacket 
. . . Pet peeve: people who snap their gum 
and D.B.. B.M., and P.O. . . Ambition: to be 
a receptionist for an exceptionally wealthy 
doctor . . Prizes: a certain smile and "JYAM" 

Activities: Homeroom Rep. 1, 2, 3; Marching 
Girls 2, 3. 4; Usherette 2; Archbearer 3: Jr. 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Show 4; Office 
Aide 4; Pilgrim Staff 4 



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MICHAEL ARTHUR FERAZZI 

60 Alden Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Fritz" . . . Happiness is: winning . . Pet peeve: 
getting up Monday mornings . . Ambition: to 
be successful in whatever I decide to do . . . 
Favorite saying: "Will you leave me alone" . . . 
Prizes: my license and freedom 

Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; 
Track 3, 4: Varsity Club 3. 4; Homeroom Rep. 
2, 3: Senior Show 4; Weight Lifting 




MARY ANN FARRAHER 

26 Carolyn Drive 
Manomet, Mass. 

Happiness is W M., my dog. and reading Pet 
peeve: people who are always late . . . Ambition: 
to be successful in nursing 

Activities: Softball 1, 2 



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Main Street 
Carver. Mass. 

"Nor is it a thought I leave behind me. 

But a heart made sweet with hunger and with 

thirst 
Yet I cannot carry longer 
The sea that calls all things unto her 
calls me, and I must embark" 

— 1963 Apponequet Yearbook 

Activities: Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Tri-Capt 4; Class 
President 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Rep. 
Mass. Boys State 3; Student Council 4; Baseball 
1, 2, 3.4; Senior Show 4 



JOAN ELIZABETH FERNANDEZ 

6 Caswell Lane 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Cookie" . . . Happiness is: the future and my 
man . . . Pet peeve: P.WT.T.T.B.T.O. . . . 
Ambition: to become a modern dancer and 
travel . . . Favorite saying "I don't care what we 
do" . . . Prizes: my camaro 

Activities: Field Hockey 3: Basketball 3: Gym- 
nastics 1 ; Softball 4 



FRANK EDWARD FERRIERO 

Carver Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Skip" Happiness is: summers at the TC 

. . Pet peeve: working Friday and Saturday 
nights . . . Ambition: to go into physical 
therapy . Favorite saying: "Hey, no problem/" 
. Prizes my guitar 

Activities: Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4, Latin Club 1. 2; 
Medical Careers Explorers 2. 3. 4; Senior Show 
4 









DONNA FITZGERALD 

341 Sandpiper Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"/ was once like you are now, and I know that 
it's not easy to be calm when you've found 
something going on, but take your time, think 
a lot, why think of everything you've got, for you 
will still be here tomorrow but your dreams may 
not." 

— Cat Stevens 

Activities: Marching Girls 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 3; 
A.F.S. 1. 2: Future Teachers 1. 2, 3; Future 
Teachers Vice-President 3 



GERALDINE FITZGERALD 

Brook Road 
Manomet. Mass 

"Gerri" . . . Happiness is B Bay . . Pet peeve: 
Monday morning . . Ambition: to be a Dental 
Hygienist . . . Favorite saying: "Oh wow" 
Prizes: summer nights and blue chevy 



KARIN DAILFITZHENRY 

1 7 Langford Road 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Fitzy" . . Happiness is thinking of my future 
with MA . . Pet peeve G E and missing a 
football game Ambition to be happy with 

my life after High School Favorite saying 

"No sir! Be serious" . Prizes: my gold turtle 
and Mark 

Activities Dean's Council 3, 4. Usherette 3: 
Senior Show 4 



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LINDA JEAN FLAHERTY 

22 Sunrise Avenue 
Plymouth. Mass 

"L.F." . . Ambition: to travel everywhere and to 
be an artist 

Rainbows all around 
Can you find the silver and gold? 
It'll make you old 
The river can be hot or cold 
And you should dive right into it 
Else you'll find 
It's passed you by. 

— David Crosby 



SHARON ANN FLOCKTON 

186 '/2 Summer Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Sharon" . . Happiness is: doing nothing with 
someone special . . . Pet peeve: Mary and the 
radio in the morning . . Ambition: to find out 
what I'd like to do for the rest of my life 
Favorite saying: "Pretty neat, huh?" Prizes 

my life. Taffy, and my VW. 

Activities: Band 1. 2. 3, 4; Semsba 1. 2. 3; Arch 
Bearer 3; Vice President — Band 4; Honors 
Band 1 . 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim Staff 4 



MARY ELLEN FOLEY 

Leach Pond Road 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Ellie" or "Red Rook" Happiness is: being 

with John when he comes home on weekends 
and partying with my friends . Pet peeve: 
people who think they're better than others, 
waiting for Anne to get ready, and Flappy's 
mouth . . . Ambition: to become an Airline 
Stewardess, travel, and be happy always 
Favorite saying: "I doubt it, honey" . . . "I 
ain't even gonna talk to him" . . "Right Chris!" 
. . Prizes: N 'MB. (of course), my car, D.C. & 
AS. 



Activities Yearbook Staff 4 






ROBERT MICHAEL FONTAINE 

Woodworth Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Fonts" Happiness is: Saturday nights Pet 
peeve: the dentist Ambition service 

Favorite saying "Ooo, I'm gonna go nuts" . . . 
Prizes football and '65 Ford 



JOANNE CAROL FOSTER 

24 Fremont Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

Happiness is: being with Gary . . Pet peeve: 
groups of snobs . . Ambition to live a long 
and happy life . . Favorite saying: "Orange" 



STEPHEN G. FOX 

8 Robinson Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Foxey" . . . Pet peeve: S.U . . 
who knows . . Favorite saying: 
Prizes: my sacrum 



Ambition: 
"fool" . . . 



Activities Football 1,2.3,4 



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ROBERT PAUL FUGAZZI 

299 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Rob" . . . Happiness is: having a day off 
Pet peeve be right back . . . Ambition to be 
someone . . . Prizes: 1971 green Jeep 



WILLIAM SAMPSON FRANKS. JR. 

Drew Road R.F.D. #4 
Plymouth. Mass 

Just one more morning, 

I had to wake up with the blues. 

Pull myself outta bed. 

Put on my walking shoes. 

G.AIIman 



LARRY W.FRIZZELL 

66 Samoset Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 



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JULIE GAIPO 

6 Cliff Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 





SABRINAM. FUSCO 

24 Oar& Line Road 
Buzzards Bay, Mass. 

"Brena" . . . Happiness is: knowing you're loved 
. . . Pet peeve: being asked "Where were you?" 
. . . Ambition: to become a lawyer . . . Favorite 
saying: "Easy come, easy go!", "You're all set" 
Prizes: my bell 






PATRICIA GARBE 

184 Asiaf Way 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Patti" 

"Don't let it bring you down; 
it's only castles burning, 
find someone who's turning; 
and you will come around ..." 
— Neil Young 

Activities. Future Nurses 1, 2, 3. 4, 
Staff 4; Pep Squad 1,2; Senior Show 4 



Pilgrim 



DANIEL JAMES GALAMBOS 

46 Clark Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Dan" . Happiness is: S.N.N, and a back 
massage . . . Pet peeve: tailgaters and when 
people ask if I'm Swedish . . Ambition: to 
go to business school and achieve goals . . 
Favorite saying: "Just a second!" . . . Prizes: 
family, friends, and '67 Mustang 

Activities: Track 1. 2, 3, 4 



JULIE ANNE GALLANT 

Manomet Avenue 
Manomet, Mass. 

We may change 

with the seasons. 
But the seasons 

will not change us. 

— Kahlil Gibran 

Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4; 
Marching Girls 2, 3, 4: Future Nurses 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Future Teachers 2, Arch Bearer 3: Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Sports Club 1, 2, 4: Debate Club 1; 
Senior Show 4; Pilgrim Staff 4 



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LINDA GARNETT 

80 Forest Street 
Carver, Mass. 




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JOHNGAULEY 

73 Esta Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

Ambition: to travel the country 

Activities: Cross Country 2 



DAVID GAULT 

Sunrise Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass, 

Pet peeve: B.H. . . . Favorite saying "What you 
doin'P" . . . Prizes: stereo 



BETSY GAY 

Manomet Avenue 
Manomet, Mass 

Leaves of brown, they fall to the ground. 
And it's here, over there leaves around. 
Shut the door dim the lights and relax 
What is more — your desire or the facts 
Pitter patter rain falling down 
Little glamour, sun coming 'round. 
Take a walk when Autumn comes to town. 

— Van Morrison 





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PAUL CLEMENS GEDUTIS 

1 9 Mount Pleasant Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Paul" . . . Happiness is: skating . . Pet 
peeve: waiting . . . Ambition: to travel . . . 
Favorite saying: "Yup" . . . Prizes: motorcycle 

Activities: Hockey 1,2,3,4 



JOSEPH GENDUSO 

21 Seven Hills Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Joe" . . . Happiness is: the ability to realize, 
think it out, and then act . . Pet peeve: en- 
countering bigots, brats, and baffling problems 
. . . Ambition: to go to college and become an 
architect . . . Favorite saying: "How you feel is 
where it's at" PS. (Aloi) 



Activities: Octopus 3; Track 2, 3, 
Show 4: National Honor Society 4 



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STEVEN MICHAEL GHIDONI 

55 Liberty Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Steve" . Happiness is sharing experiences 
with people I love . Pet peeve inconsiderate 
people Ambition: to be successful in what- 

ever I choose to do Favorite saying "You've 
gotta be kiddin me" . . Prizes family and 
good friends 

Activities: Band 1. 2. 3. 4. Track 2. 3. 4. Cross 
Country 3. 4 



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ANN LOUISE GIOVANETTI 

43 Alden Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Ann" Happiness is: a nine letter word . . . 

Pet peeve people who don't agree with me 
Ambition: to make Bob happy forever . . 
Favorite saying "I'm so embarrassed" . . . 
Prizes: my Scout and Clarence 

Activities: Marching Girls 2. 3. Senior Show 4, 
Future Teachers 2 



LEISA MARGARET GOLD 

Highland Terrace 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"B.W ." Happiness is: weekends with the 

car . . Pet peeve: getting up in the morning, 
homework, and DM . Ambition to leave 
Plymouth and go to college . . Favorite 
saying: "Thank you" . . . "Oh wow!" . . . Prizes: 
license, friends, memories, dungarees, Billy, and 
Beach Boys Tape 

Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Drama Club 1, 2; Future 
Nurses Club 2; Senior Show 4 



PAMELA JAYNE GOWANS 

4 Standish Court 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Pam" . Happiness is: being with Paul 
Ambition: to be happy . . . Favorite saying 
"I'm only kidding" . . Prizes: Paul, family, and 
memories 

Activities: Track 2, 3. 4: Dean's Council 2 






STEPHEN SCOTT GOWEN 

14 Cedar Terrace 
Cedarville. Mass 

"Steve" Happiness is: a mother who makes 

home feel like home . . . Pet peeve: people 
who can't be themselves . Ambition: to go 
on to college and then get married Favorite 
saying: "What a jerk" . . . Prizes: the future 
withJ.L.B. 



DEBORAH LYNNE GOYETTE 

1 13 Pleasant Street 
Plympton, Mass. 

"Go — Go" . . . Happiness is: having good 
times . . . Pet peeve: SB AC. ST. . . . Favorite 
saying: "What's everyone doing?" . . . Prizes: my 
friends, family, and life 



PAMELA GRADY 

139 Summer Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Pam" . . . Happiness is: U.E., the beach, and 
"secrets" . . . Pet peeve: questions and Anji's 
headaches . . . Ambition: to be a secretary 
and to travel . . . Favorite saying: "Sure!" . . . 
Prizes: D.D.my license, and friends 

Activities: Girls Basketball 1 ; Marching Girls 2, 
3, 4; Usherette 2. 3: Girls Sports Club 1: Home- 
room Rep. 2; Jr Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Show 4 



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KIM MARIE GUERRA 

Woodworth Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

"Kim" . . Happiness is: sleeping late, the beach, 
and sun . . . Pet peeve: Conceited people 
Ambition: to work in an airport Favorite 

saying: "Back off" . . . Prizes: my cross, and 
Charry. 

Activities. Band 1.2.3. 4; Arch Bearer 3 



COLIN K.GRANT JR. 

64 Oak Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"C.K. Grant" . . . Happiness is: being with the 
one you love . . . Pet peeve: people who put 
other people down . . . Ambition: to become 
district manager of a retail store . . . Favorite 
saying: "It's only money" . . . Prizes: my freedom 
to run and sing 

Activities: Football 1; Football Manager 1, 2, 4; 
Varsity Hockey 1. 2, 4; Track 2, 4; Concert 
Choir 1, 2, 4; Homeroom Rep. 1, 2; Senior 
Show 4; Pilgrim Staff 4: Drama Club 4; Model 
Congress 4 



ELIZABETH PATRICIA GRAY 

1 Cliff Avenue 
Manomet. Mass. 

"Liz" . . . Happiness is: SBW . . . Pet peeve: 
conceited people . . . Ambition: to lead a happy 
life . . . Favorite saying: "Live for today" . . . 
Prizes: SBW 

Activities: A.F.S. 1,2; Drama 2; Future Nurses 2 



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FRED WARREN HACKETT 

Black Cat Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Fred the Head" . . Pet peeve: prejudiced 
people . . . Favorite saying: "To the beach!" 
. . . Prizes: my basketball 

Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4 




ANN MARIE GUIDABONI 

47 Spooner Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

I've seen my life from both sides now 
From win and lose but still somehow 
It's love's illusions, I recall 
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RICHARD DONALD HARLOW 

1 52 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Gordie" Pet peeve: Mr. Holton and Mr 

Fleming . Ambition: to become a computer 
technician . . . Favorite saying: "What's hap- 
pening" . . Prizes: my job 



KATHLEEN R. HALEY 

97 Court Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Bozo" . Happiness is: fun times with Pork, 
heavy rapports with loving Mr. Nagle, and my 
family . Ambition: to become a retailer and 
open a boutique . . Favorite saying: "Dyna- 
mite!" . Prizes: my car (V.W.) and Caine 



THERESA ELLEN HALL 

3 Sagamore Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

'Terry" . . Happiness is: sleeping all day . . . 
Pet peeve: taking the bus . . . Ambition: to 
live life to the fullest . . . Favorite saying: 
"swingin" . . Prizes: my camera and true friends 

Activities: Field Hockey 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball 1; 
Softball 1; Drama Club 3. 4; Homeroom Repre- 
sentative 1. 2; Future Nurses 2; Senior Show 4 



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ANGELA HATHAWAY 

1 1 Oak Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Anji" . . Happiness is: just living, 11/16/73, 
and the summer . . . Pet peeve: DNS. and 
nosey people . Ambition: to be a secretary 
. . . Favorite saying: "Who, the French kid?" . . . 
Prizes: memories 

Activities Senior Show 4; Graduation Usherette 
3 




CHARLES MARTIN HARRINGTON 

292 Carver Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 



"Chuck" . . Happiness is: flying 
to become a professional pilot 



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LISAM. HICKEY 

Samoset Avenue 
Manomet. Mass. 

"Hick" . . . Ambition: to become a dance 
teacher . . Favorite saying: "Whatta ya trippin" 
. . . Prizes: my cat 

Activities: Tennis 2; Drama 2. 4; Senior Show 4; 
Pilgrim Staff 4 



KEVIN ATWOOD HOLMES 

Billington Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



PHILIP ANDERSON HOLMES 

21 Dwight Avenue 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Whale" . Happiness is: Saturday night 
Pet peeve: stupid drivers Ambition to be 

happy and enjoy life . . . Favorite saying: 
"Hey now" . Prizes: Falcon car 






ROBIN HOLMES 

Sandwich Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Robin" . . . Happiness is: being free, travelling 
and meeting new people . . . Pet peeve: not 
having the time to do the things I want to and 
my car (when it's not working right) . . . 
Ambition: to help the handicapped . . Favorite 
saying: "No sa, really!'" . . Prizes: family, friends, 
memories, and life 

Activities: Tennis 1; Field Hockey 2: Field 
Hockey Manager 4: Class Vice-President 2; 
Model Congress 3. 4; A.F.S. 3, 4: Future 
Nurses 4; Student Council 3, 4: Homeroom Rep 
1 ; School Committee Rep. 3. 4; Student School 
Committee Chairman 4; Student Advisory Coun- 
cil Alternate 3; National Honor Society 3. 4: 
National Honor Society Vice-President 4: Arch- 
bearer 3: Graduation Usherette 2: Prom 
Committee 3, 4: Concession Stand 4; Senior 
Show 4: Pilgrim Staff 4 



RONALD HAROLD HUNTER 

1 5 South Park Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 



MARIETHERESA IZZO 

22 Atlantic Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"flee", "Hamhose" Happiness is: May 17. 

1972 and memories Pet peeve the winter 

and rainy days Ambition: to travel 

Favorite saying: "You can't always get what you 
want!" Prizes Family, friends, and life 



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DAVID ANDREW JACOBSON 

281 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Jake" Happiness is: Saturday night Pet 
peeve: losing Ambition to be rich . 

Favorite saying: "Free of charge" . Prizes: 

life 

Activities Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Wrestling 1, 2. 3. 
4; Latin Club 1; Baseball 1. 2 



THOMAS JAEGER 

59 Warren Avenue 
Plymouth. Mass. 

Activities: Football 1; Hockey 1. 2; Tennis 1, 
2, 3, 4; Student Council 3. 4; School Committee 
Rep 3; Model Congress 2. 3, 4; Model UN. 2 



PETER W JANSSON 

Doten Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Pete" . . . Happiness is: Hondo and the Boston 
Celtics . . Pet peeve: tourists and New York 
Knicks fans . . Favorite saying: "Howdy 
Gabe" . . Prizes: Hondo (my dog) and 1 969 Ply- 
mouth Valiant 

Activities National Honor Society 4 






LINDA ANNE J ARVINEN 

Lake View Street 
South Carver, Mass 



ELLEN MARIE JENSEN 

9 Surrey Drive 
Plymouth. Mass 

"EJ" . . Happiness is: memories and being 
happy . Pet peeve "I'm tired" . . . Ambition: 
to become a registered nurse . . . Favorite 
saying: "Be serious" . . . Prizes: Schlitz (my 
dog). Burgess, and my ring 

Activities: Future Teachers 1: French Club 1; 
Future Nurses 2; Latin Club 2. 3: Work Study 4 



CHRISTINE JOHNSON 
Tremont Street 
Carver. Mass. 



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L-26 Leachpond Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 



MARKS. JOHNSON 

Wareham Street 
So. Carver, Mass. 

"Stone" . . . Happiness is: fighting over the 
front seat . . Pet peeve: losing Favorite 

saying: "bone" . Prizes: drums 



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DEBRA MARIE JULIANI 

44 Allerton Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Deb" . . . Happiness is: B.SA.RA.TT. Pet 

peeve: tastee freez . . . Ambition: to travel 
and then become a secretary . . Favorite saying: 
"All things must pass" . . . Prizes: friends, family, 
and memories 

Activities: Art Club 1, 2; Dean's Council 2; 
Guidance Aide 1 . 2; Jr. Prom Committee 3 



PAUL VERNON JOHNSON 

Morey Pond Road 
Manomet. Mass 

Ambition: to become an environmental scientist 

Activities: Ski Team 2, 3: Track Team 3, 4 





CINDY GAIL JONES 

4 Goddard Court 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Cin" . . Happiness is: a sunny day at the 
beach . . . Pet peeve: "big feet" and being 
called Cynthia . . . Ambition: to go to Hawaii 
and become a secretary . . . Favorite saying: 
"I don't know!" . . . Prizes: life, family, and 
Koko 

Activities: Track 1, 2. 3. 4: Homeroom Rep 2, 3; 
Pilgrim Staff 4: Senior Show 4 






SHELDON L. KRAUS 

156 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Moon" . Happiness is: inner peace and a 
good joke . Pet peeve: the world, F.O.T.F.. and 
Paul Fleming (not necessarily in that order) . . 
Ambition: to be successful in life Favorite 

saying: "Deformed!" . "To the bone!" . . . 
Prizes: my thoughts, ideas, and September 24, 
1974 at 1:03 P.M. 

Activities: Chess Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Track 3, 4: 
Senior Show 4 



PETER A. KANE JR. 

2 Surrey Drive 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Coke" . Happiness is: Friday nights . Pet 
peeve: Monday mornings . . . Ambition: to have 
a business . . . Favorite saying: "What a space 
shot!" . . . Prizes: skates 

Activities: Hockey 1,2.3,4 



LINDA MARIE KING 

4 Eel River Circle 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Linda" . . . Happiness is: a very special and 
unique person named "Evo" . . . Pet peeve: not 
knowing what tomorrow brings . . . Ambition: 
to go to college . . . Favorite saying: "You've 
got to be kidding?" . . . Prizes: my friends, my 
memories of a special someone, and always "my 
family" 

Activities: Student Council 1, 2, 3: Graduation 
Usherette 1, 3: Marching Girls 3, 4; Business 
Staff 4: Senior Show 4; Typing Staff 4 



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JO-ANN CLARE KRITZMACHER 

1 70 Westerly Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Jo" . . . Happiness is: having a good time with 
Tim . . . Pet peeve: two faced people and snobs 
. . . Ambition: to enjoy life . . Prizes: friends, 
family, and TA . 

Activities: Field Hockey 1 : Basketball 1 ; Girls 
Sports Club 1; Homeroom Rep 1, 2: Majorettes 
2.3 




SARAKRENSKY 

1 1 Woodvale Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 



Pet peeve: math and cliques 
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FRANCISJOHN KUHN JR. 

1 5 Alden Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

So long as we love, we serve; so long as we 
are loved by others, I should say that we are al- 
most indispensable; and no man is useless while 
he has a friend. 

— Robert Louis Stevenson 

Activities: Octopus Staff 3, 4; Pilgrim Staff 4: 
National Honor Society 4 



PETER STERLING LAINE 

Gate Street 

North Carver, Mass. 

"Pete" . . Happiness is: lots of people and 
music . . . Pet peeve: too much of anything 
. . Ambition: to stick with drums and music 
forever . . . Favorite saying: "Psssstli" . . Prizes: 
my "Boss 202" and my set 

Activities: Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 4; Track 
1. 4; Basketball 2: Senior Show 4: Stage Band 4 



THERESA LAVIN 

Beaver Dam Road 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Terry" . . . Happiness is: having a good time . . . 
Pet peeve: rainy days . Ambition: to become 
a legal secretary . . . Favorite saying: "Really" 
. . . Prizes: family and friends 

Activities Pep Squad 1 : Archbearer 3 









THOMAS LAVIN 

Beaver Dam Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Slick" . . . Happiness is: cruisn' in my brown 
bomber . . . Pet peeve: homework . . . Ambition: 
to be a commercial deep sea diver . . Favorite 
saying: "Tell me about it" . . . Prizes: health 

Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 4: Track 1; Graduation 
Usher 3 



HOLLY STEPHANIE LAWRENCE 

12 Hamilton Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Remember yesterday 
Live for today 
Dream for tomorrow " 

Activities: Homeroom Rep. 1. 2, 3; Leader 
Corps. 2, 3, 4: Jr Prom Committee 3; Future 
Teachers 3, 4; A.F.S. 3; Senior Show 4: 
Archbearer 3: Marching Girls 2, 3; Marching 
Girls Capt. 4; Pilgrim Staff 4: National Honor 
Society 4 



SUSAN DOREEN LeFRANCOIS 

71 Samoset Street 

Plymouth. Mass 

"G.G." . Happiness is: being with Mike . . . 
Pet peeve people who are late . . Ambition 
to be a secretary Favorite saying "Right 1 " 

Activities Future Nurses Club 2 



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NANETTE LENNOX 

3 Forest Street 
Carver. Mass 



SUSAN C.LeSUEUR 

7 Bay Colony Drive 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Don't walk in front of me for 

I may not follow; 
Don 't walk behind me for 

I may not lead; 
Just walk beside me 

and let me be your friend. " 
— Camus 

Activities: Student Council Rep. 4; School 
Committee 4; Reg. School Committee Alt. 4; 
Model Congress 3. 4; Model Congress Chairman 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; N.H.S. Treasurer 
4; Prom Committee 3; Field Hockey Manager 3; 
Tennis 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2, 3; Volleyball 
3. 4: Pilgrim Staff 4; Senior Show 4; Drama 
Club 2. 3; Girls Sports Club 2, 3. 4; Rotary 
Club Guest 4; Archbearer 3 



NANCY ANNE LEWIS 

23 Fremont Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Nan" . . . Happiness is: The Keys" . . Pet 
peeve: getting up early . Ambition: to go to 
Spain and college . Favorite saying: "Cute!" 
. . . Prizes: Sacha and memories 

Activities: Pep Squad 1, 2; Future Nurses Club 
2; Pilgrim Staff 4: Senior Show 4 






BONNIE MAE LINCOLN 

Davenport Road 
Manomet. Mass 

"Bon" Happiness is: skiing and a Pilgrim 

bottle . Pet peeve being 5'9" . Ambition 
to make it through college and sky dive . 
Prizes: my skis 



RONALD WARREN LINDQUIST 

1 7 Alden Terrace 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Link" . . . Happiness is: a sunny day down the 
beach . . Pet peeve: rainy weekends . . . 
Favorite saying "I don't know" . . . Prizes: 1970 
Internation Scout 



KATHLEEN THOMASA LINDROS 

Fosdick Road 
Carver. Mass. 

"Kathy" . . . Happiness is: having a wonderful 
. . . Pet peeve: getting up in the morning . . 
Ambition: to live life to its fullest extent 
Favorite saying: "Definitely" . . . Prizes: Thumper, 
friends, family, Brutus, Barnaby, and memories 
of Benvolio 

Activities: Band 1. 2, 3. 4; Stage Band 2. 3. 4; 
Pilgrim Staff 4; Senior Show 4 



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DONNA LEE LOVELL 

P.O. Box 467 

Buzzards Bay, Mass. 

Happiness is: having friends and a family . . 
Pet peeve the cliques . . Ambition: to travel 
and get married . . Favorite saying: "Poor 
baby" 



CAROL JEAN C. LOPES 

Tremont Street 
Carver, Mass. 

"Carol" . . ■ Happiness is: Den . . . Pet peeve: the 
clique . . Ambition: hairdresser or singer . 
Favorite saying: "Not better than by Den!" . 
Prizes: a friendship with B.W.H. III. C.H.. and one 
certain someone 



KATHLEEN MARIE LOPES 

204 Standish Avenue 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Kathy" . . . Happiness is: being with John 
and July 21 . 1975 . . Pet peeve: my mother and 
my dog . . . Ambition: to become a secretary . . . 
Favorite saying: "Oh, how cute" . Prizes: 

John's high school ring and John 



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STEPHEN MICHEAL LOVELY 

RFD #4 Long Pond Road 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Tumbleweed" . Happiness is: making 

yamoskies, music . . . Pet peeve: working. D. 
Morgan . Ambition: make yamoskies . . . 
Favorite saying: "Oh. come on" . Prizes: 

Fender Presicion, MG 




DONALD L. LOVELY 

RFD #4 Long Pond Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Don" . . Happiness is: memories of summer of 
"72" . Ambition: to go in to an electrical 
engineering school . . Prizes Charlene and a 
certain someplace 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 






RAYE FRANCES LUDWIG 

1 23 Warren Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Raye" . Happiness is: always being with 

Dave . . Pet peeve: Gip . , Ambition, to live 
life to its fullest . Favorite saying "I don't 
think so" . . Prizes: the good times, gramp. 
and "The Twin" 

Activities: Track 2. 3, 4; Homeroom Rep 2 



CHARLES F. LUDWIG 

13 Chapel Hill Drive 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Chuck" . . . Happiness is: having a good time 
Pet peeve waiting . . . Ambition: to lead 
a happy life 

Activities: Football 2. 3: Baseball 2 




FAYE F. LUDWIG 

1 23 Warren Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Fraye" . . . Happiness is! the Pilgrim bottle, 
skiing, and the sky , . . Pet peeve: playing 
tennis in my stinkin' socks . . . Ambition: to 
become something that's worth becoming 
Favorite saying: "Do you know what I mean?" 
. . Prizes: life, gramp, and friends 

Activities: Homeroom Rep 2. 3, 4; Sports 
Club 2. 3. 4; Art Club 2, 3: Future Nurses 
2; Track 2; Tennis 4: Senior Show 4 



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LEONARD R. LYDON 

1 66 Winslow Ave. 
Manomet, Mass. 

"Lenny" . . . Happiness is: Gondolar rides . . . 
Pet peeve: mahw, with double A A . . . Am- 
bition: sbaatoyl . . . Favorite saying: "What 
are ya, tripping?", "Baked" . . Prizes: my 
plants, BGLHBLCEAHMH, andJL 

Activities: Model Congress 2. 3, 4; Homeroom 
Representative 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Senior 
Show 4 




DAVID ERIC LUTHER 

4 Delancey Drive 
Manomet, Mass 

"Luke" . . . Happiness is: winning champion- 
ship and being with that certain lady . . . Pet 
peeve: K R. Silver Fish . . Ambition: to be a 
phys-ed teacher and coach . . . Favorite saying: 
"Morning" . . . Prizes: teammates and coaches 

Activities: Football 1,2,3, 4; Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4: 
Basketball 1,2,3,4 



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NANCY ANN LYNN 

2 Birch Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Nance" . . . Happiness is: summertime at the 
beach and cheering . . . Pet peeve: phoney 
people . . . Ambit/on: to go to college and be 
happy . . Favorite saying: "Get serious now" 
. . . Prizes: memories of 5 DW and 1 DDM 
plus my family 

Activities: Graduation Usherette 3; French Club 
1, 2, 3; Marching Girls 2. 3; Cheerleading 3. 4; 
Leader Corps 3. 4; Senior Show 4; Rotary Club 
Guest 4: Jr. Prom Committee 3; National Honor 
Society 4 



SCOTT MACKAY 

2 Flintlocke Drive 
Plymouth. Mass 



GORDON STUART MACLEOD 

5 Bay View Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Gordie" . . Happiness is parting . Pet 

peeve: next door neighbors and P.W. kids 
(M.C.) . . . Ambition: to be rich . . . Favorite 
saying: "Come on" 

Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1. 2; Senior 
Show 4 






KATHLEEN ANN MAGUIRE 

5 Goddard Court 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Kathy" . . . Happiness is: a warm sunny day 
at the beach . . . Pet peeve: conceited people . . 
Ambition: to be a fashion buyer . . . Favorite 
saying: "0 sad!" . . . Prizes: family, friends, my 
rock chair and Dusty 

Activities: Field Hockey 1; Pep Squad 1; Future 
Teachers 2, 3; A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim Staff 4: 
Marching Girls 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4: Senior Show 
4; Jr. Prom Committee 3 



RICHARD ADAMS MAICHLE 

Rocky Hill Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Rich" . . Happiness is: my 37 Buick Pet 

peeve: inconsiderate drivers . . Ambition: to 
succeed . . . Prizes: my friends & my ten speed 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Symphonic Band 
1,2,3,4: Pilgrim Staff 4 



EVERETT JOSEPH MALAGUTI 

25 Knapp Terrace 
Plymouth, Mass 

"E v" . . . Ambition to become a lawyer 

Activities Track 3: Baseball 4 



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LAURELANN MANSFIELD 

21 Federal Furnace Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

Happiness is. being with friends . Pet peeve: 
hypocrites Ambition: to travel . . Favorite 

saying: "What can I say?" . Prizes: Spunky 
and Tinkerbelle 

Activities A.F.S, 3. 4, Pilgrim Staff 4; Senior 
Show 4 



RICHARD PAUL MARTIN 

1 5 Cherry Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Rich" . Happiness is: having a good time and 
a full tank of gas Pet peeve: people who 

think they are better than others . . Ambition 
to be rich . . . Favorite saying: "You know it!" 
. . . Prizes: family, friends, and my Toyota 



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WILLIAM JAMES MATHER 

Adams Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

Happiness is: hanging around the 
. . Pet peeve pressures . . Prizes: the 



Activities: Track 2. 4; Senior Show 4 






BETSEY LINDA MAYO 

10 Nelson Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Dessi" Happiness is: being J J J M. Pet 
peeve: by being sick . . Ambitions: "F.E." and 
go to California . . Favorite saying: I'm Sorry 
. . . Prizes: those Friday and Saturday nights 



KAREN M. McAULIFFE 

43 Dwight Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 02360 

"Karen" . Happiness is: Lotsa friends . . Pet 
peeve: . . People who are late (right Dana?)!! 
. . , Ambition: to enjoy life . . . Favorite saying: 
"C'mon you PA!" . . Prizes: Memories of 5 
DW and 1 DDM, "the list", and FOTO-J. 



LUE ANNEMcCALLUM 

Pleasant Street 
Carver, Mass. 

"Lulu" . . . Happiness is: being with M.F. . . . Pet 
peeve: cliques!! . . . Ambition: an artist . . . 
Favorite saying: "You pervert" 



Activities: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Rep 1, 2, 
3; Model Congress 3, 4: Leader Corps 3, 4: 
Rotary Club Guest 4; Future Nurses 1, 2; Drama 
Club 1: Junior Prom Comm. 3; Senior Show 4 
Latin Club 1, 2, 3: Basketball Concession 3 
Yearbook Staff 4; Girls Sports Club 3, 4 
National Honor Society 4 



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karen i. McCarthy 

65 Alden Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Kim" . . Happiness is: being with Tass and the 
beach . . . Pet peeve: people who are late and 
being called "skinny" . . . Ambition: to get an 
M.G. . . . Favorite saying "I'm so embarrassed" 
. . . Prizes: memories 

Activities: Field Hockey 1 ; Yearbook Staff 4; 
Senior Show 4 



DONNA MARIE McCORMACK 

Leachpond Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Donna" . . . Happiness is: having someone 
love you! . . Pet peeve waking up in the 
morning . . Ambition to be somebody 
Favorite saying "Come on!" . . Prizes Romeo 
and Nosey 



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VIRGINIA RUTH McCRACKEN 

West Street 
Carver, Mass. 

"Ginny" . . Happiness is: a good friend, a good 
time, a good life . . . Pet peeve: horse! 
Ambition to be a nurse Favorite saying. 

"Hey Buzzi" . . . Prizes: the summer of "74" 

Activities: Future Nurses Club 1, 3: Library Staff 
3. 4; National Honor Society 4 




CHARI LYNN McGOVERN 

Off Obery Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Cher" . . . Happiness is: being with friends 
. . . Pet peeve: cleaning my room Ambition: 
to get a job and to travel . . . Favorite saying: 
"Oh really!" . . Prizes: my cat. Tammy. 

Activities: Mini Courses 3 




DANAMcGEE 

20 Stafford Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 






KEVIN LEWIS McKENNA 

1 Gray Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Gunna" . . . Happiness is: parties down the 
beach . . . Pet peeve: Monday mornings 
Favorite saying: "Not now" . Prizes: baseball 
hat 



MARY-ELLEN McHUGH 

14 Provincetown Road 
Manomet, Mass 

"Mina" . Happiness is: walking on the beach 
and Good-Times! . . . Pet peeve: the clique . . . 
Ambition: to be a success in life . Favorite 
saying: "Hey babe" . . Prizes: summer of 
'74 



SHARYN EILEEN MclNNES 
20 Lothrop Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

You have the freedom to be yourself, 
your true self, here and now; 
and nothing can stand in your way 
— Richard Bach 



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WARD JAMES MERITHEW 

Manter's Point 
Plymouth. Mass. 




DONALD MENDES 

96 South Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 








LENICE ANN MERRILL 

Cross Street 
Carver, Mass 

Happiness is: Just being Happy . Pet peeve: 
Horse! (remember Ginny?) . . . Ambition: to be 
a special education teacher . . . Prizes: family, 
friends, and life 

Activities: A.F.S. 3, 4; Dean's Council 3, 4; 
Dean's Council President 4; Guidance Aide 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Pilgrim Staff 4; Senior 
Show 4; Rotary Club 4; Concession Stand 4 



DIANE LYNN MITCHELL 

283 Carver Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Mitch" . . . Happiness is: Skiing in Vermont 
with my friends . . Pet peeve: Inconsiderate 
people . . . Ambition: To be happy . . Favorite 
saying: "Cowamunga" . . . Prizes: My friends 
and family 

Activities: Concert Choir 1, 2. 3. 4: Band 3: 
A.F.S 3, 4; Octopus 1 : Infancy & Adaptation 2 



PAULINE LILLIAN MONAHAN 

Benham Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Pauly" . . . Happiness is: going to the White 
Mountains camping Pet peeve having to 

work on Friday and Saturday nights Ambi- 

tion: to get married and be a dental assistant 
Favorite saying: "You love it" . . Prizes 
my baby brother Jeffery. my car, and my antique 
ring 



Activities: Future Nurses Club 2. 3. 
Squad 2: Senior Show 4 



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BETH AIMEE MONTANARI 

35 Davis St. 
Plymouth, Mass 

Happiness is: a paid vacation and Sundays . . . 
Pet peeve: work . . . Ambition: to always be 
as happy as I am now . . . Prizes: the time I 
spend with Jim 

Activities: Band 1, 2; Drama 1; Student Coun- 
cil 1. 2; Model Congress 2, 3: Field Hockey 2: 
Home Room Representative 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior 
Show 4 



HEIDI LEEMONTEIRO 

1 Grasshopper Lane 
Plymouth, Mass 

"(Foomi) Bird" . . . Happiness is: playing the 
piano for the choir and having fun with friends . . . 
Pet peeve: graduating, boring parties and sticky 
fingers . . . Ambition: to travel, climb mountains, 
swim oceans, and reach the culmination of my 
life ■ . . Prizes: my piano, friends, memories, 
and family 

Activities: Concert Choir 1, 2. 3. 4: Voice Class 
4: Archbearer 3: Senior Show 4; Track 4 



LOUISE ANNE MOON 

73 River Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Lou" . Happiness is: being with Gary and 
May 7, 1974 Pet peeve: Gary's pokey 

fingers Ambition to become a model and 

go to Holland . Favorite saying: "forget it!" 
and "you know what I want?" Prizes my 

poodle Lamour Louie and a special ring and 
bracelet 

Activities Dean's Council 3. 4, Senior Show 4 



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JOANNE MORGARDO 

1 5 Cordage Terrace 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Jo" . . Happiness is having a good time 
Pet peeve two-faced people . . . Ambition: 
physical therapist . . Favorite saying: "What's 
the matter?" . Prizes my rings, roller skating 
awards, and memories 

Activities Cheerleader 1 ; Marching Girls 2 



ANN M.MORIN 

62 Alden Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Ann" . . . Happiness is: being with Bob . . . 
Pet peeve: those little fights . . Ambition: 
to be an airline stewardess . . . Favorite saying: 
"C'mon, cut it out" . . . Prizes: a special 
ring and Bob 



SCOTT BRADFORD MORRISON 

Long Pond Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Scoots" . . . Happiness is: being with friends 
. . . Pet peeve: B.S artists and Hay loads . 
Ambition to enjoy life . . . Favorite saying: 
"I just work here" . . . Prizes: my dogs and 
machine 

Activities: Track 2 




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ANNMOTYKA 

99 Allerton St 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Bruce" (right, Lilly!??) . . . Happiness is: a 
total team effort and the team being no. 1 . . . 
Pet peeve being called Mityka (right, Murt?) . . . 
Ambition: to be a physical education teacher 
and succeed in life . . Favorite saying "Gimme 
a break" . . Prizes my guitar, life, and 
friends 

Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2. 3. 4: Concert Choir 
1, 2. 3, 4: Vice President — Chorus 4; Dean's 
Council 3, 4: A.F.S. 3. 4; Freshman Student 
Government 1: Homeroom Representative 1, 2 
3; Yearbook Staff 4: Graduation Usher 3; 
Senior Show 4 



JOHN MURPHY 

26 Miller Drive 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Jack" . . . Happiness is: being with Lee . . . 
Pet peeve: people who say one thing and do 
another . . . Ambition: to become a success in 
life . . . Prizes: friends 

Activities: Basketball 1.2; Cross Country 2 



FRANCIS L. NEE 

1 56 Prence Road 
Manomet, Mass. 

"Frank" . . Happiness is: being with Chris . . . 
Pet peeve: two-faced people . . Ambition: 
psychology at S.M.U. 

Activities: Football 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 3; Year- 
book 3; Key Society 2. 3; Tutor Program 3; 
Ski Club 2, 3; Basketball 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; 
Student Council 3; Prom Committee 3 



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DARLENE COZETTE NICKERSON 

Russell Mills Rd. 
Plymouth, Mass 

Pet peeve: sleezy people, people that don't care 
about other people's feelings and people that 
don't understand Ambition: to make things 
work and to be truly needed 



CATHERINE MARION NEIL 

Leach Pond Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Cathy" . . . Happiness is: being a senior . . . 
Pet peeve: people who aren't real . . . Ambi- 
tion: to go to college and to be happy . . . 
Favorite saying: "I doubt it" . . . Prizes: family 
and friends 



ANDREA NICKAS 

19 Blueberry Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Munchkin" . . . Happiness is: knowing someone 
is always there . . Pet peeve tall people . . . 
Ambition: nurse 

Activities: La Crosse 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2. 3: 
Field Hockey 1.2; Softball 4 

The past, I know very well. 
The future, a mystery. 
The future will slowly 
become the present, then 
the past and then it will 
be too late for me 



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MARK O'BRIEN 

Manomet Avenue 
Manomet. Mass. 




SUSAN M. NICKERSON 

1 1 LaScala Ave. 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Sue" . . Happiness is: knowing I've made 
someone happy . . . Pet peeve nosey people . . . 
Ambit/on: to be a success in life . Favorite 
saying: "you tart!" 







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CHARLES OROSZ 

423 Hyannis Rd 
Manomet. Mass 

"Charlie" . . Happiness is: dirt riding Pet 

peeve: school work . Ambition to become a 
state cop 

Activities: Cross Country 2; Track 3; Chess Club 
1,2.3.4 



JOYCE O'DONNEL 

1 Goddard Lane 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Pucka" . . Happiness is: July 20 & 21 at 
H.G. . . . Pet peeve: Don and Maz's moods . . . 
Ambition: to stay happy and free . . Favorite 
saying: "Oh, ka gung" . Prizes: memories of 
D.S. and B M . 



MARK WILLIAM OHANNESSIAN 

Manomet Ave 
Manomet, Mass. 

"Porka" Happiness is: streaking . . Pet 

peeve: speed zones, stop signs, and tourists 
Ambit/on: to own a real race car . . . 
Favorite saying: "Crazy" . Prizes Herbie & 
friends 

Activities: Football 1, 2. 3 



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CHRISTOPHER JOHN PACHECO 

30 Allerton Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Chris" . . "Cheeks" . . Happiness is: being 
with friends and going to the beach . Pet 
peeve: drivers who don't use their directionals 
. Ambition: to be successful, but happy! . . . 
Prizes: my snow bunny, family and friends 

Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3. 4; 
Golf 1; Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Stage Band 1; Honors 
Band 1; Varsity Club 2. 3. 4; Pilgrim Staff 4; 
Senior Show 4: Graduation Usher 3 




JAN MARIE ORZECHOWSKI 

High Street 
No Carver, Mass. 

"Jan" . . Happiness is: R.R. and the week- 
ends . . Pet peeve: people who arrive early 
. . . Ambition: to be happy Prizes: 

memories of the past (remember, Jane?) 

Activities National Honor Society 4 







JOEL HENRY PADOVANI 

31 Holmes Terrace 
Plymouth. Mass. 

Happiness is: staying home from school 
Pet peeve: getting up in the morning 
Ambition: to do as I please 



WILLIAM OLIVER PARSONS 

2 Stoddard Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Bill" . . . Happiness is: being successful without 
really trying . . . Pet peeve: a boring time . . . 
Ambition: to become rich and famous . . . 
Favorite saying: "What's the story?" Prizes: 
family, friends, and memories 

Activities: Football 2; Track 2. 3. 4; Intramurals 
1, 3. 4; Chess Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Octopus 
Staff 3; Senior Show 4 



JOHN J. PAYNE 

Circuit Avenue 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Hamburger" Happiness is: good music 
Pet peeve: life . Ambition: artist . Favorite 
saying: "Oh WOW!" . Prizes: 1st 

Activities: Hockey 3, 4 






JANE MARIE PEDERZNAI 

22 Davis Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



"Jane" 
"secrets 
aches . 

Favorite saying 
and memories 



. Happiness is: the beach, and 
. Pet peeve: no ride, Anji's head- 
Ambition: to be a secretary . . . 
"YIA" . . . Prizes: my friends 



DAVID MICHAEL PELTON 

19 Crystal Lake Drive 
Carver. Mass. 

"Dave" . . . Happiness is: being with someone 
special . . . Pet peeve: cops . . . Ambition: to 
achieve in life . . . Favorite saying: "Where's 
the party?" . . . Prizes: "70" Duster 



DOUGLAS LEONARD PELTON 

1 Old School House Road 
Manomet, Mass 

"Doug" . - . Happiness is: flying in a Jet 
Pet peeve getting up for school in the morning 
. . . Ambition: truck driver . Favorite saying 
"Keep on truckin!" . . . Prizes: car, boat 



Activities: Marching Girls 2, 3, 4: Basketball 
2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Senior Show 4: Arch Bearer; Pilgrim Staff 4 



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DAWN CHERYL PERCY 

296 Barquentine Drive 
Manomet. Mass. 

"Cheryl" . . . Happiness is: making people 
smile; G.T.M. . . . Pet peeve: waiting . . . Ambi- 
tion: to be an accountant . . . Favorite saying: 
"Huh!" G.B.H . . . Prizes: friends (right BE.?), 
6/30, my parents, cool, sunny days 

Activities: Girls Sports Club 1 ; Freshman Bas- 
ketball 1 ; Intramural Track 1 . 2; Track 3. 4 



AIDAL. PEREIRA 

28 Cherry Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Funny face" . . . Happiness is: loving Loui and 
hoping to get married after I graduate . . . 
Pet peeve: having my boyfriend away so much 
. . . Ambition: working as telephone operator . . . 
Favorite saying: "Buzz off!" . . Prizes: my 
family and 2 a.m. and having my license 

Activities: Homeroom Representative 1, 2; Trea- 
surer for Distributive Education 4 



CLAUDIA PEREIRA 

Leach Pond Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 

Happiness is: being with J.M , walking on the 
beach with a full moon . . . Pet peeve: little 
boys with their rear ends jacked up . . Favorite 
saying: "Can I drive?" . . . Prizes: my 4 kittens 
and cat 

Activities: Concert Choir 2; Softball 1; Future 
Nurses 2 






CHERYL MARIE PETERSON 

71 Alden Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Cheryl" . . Happiness is: the beach, spending 
money, and being with Bob . . Pet peeve: rainy 
days, people who are late, and K.M.'s driving 
. Ambition: to someday be rich . . . Favorite 
saying: "Are you kidding me?" . . . Prizes: 
April 1973 and happy memories 

Activities: Pilgrim Staff 4: Senior Show 4 



JANE HELEN PIKOR 

8 Freemont Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Janie" . . . Happiness is: cheering, my tennis 
racket, and a blue chevy van . . . Pet peeve: 
being late and people burping . . . Ambition: 
to someday decide what my ambition is . . . 
Favorite saying: "You wouldn't believe it!" . . . 
Prizes: memories of D.W. and 1 D.D.M. 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4: Tennis 
1, 2, 3. 4: Cheerleading 1, 2. 3. 4: Capt. 4; 
Leader Corps 1. 2. 3. 4: Volleyball 3; Drama 
Club 1 ; Octopus 2. 3; Leader Corps President 4; 
Gymnastics 2: French Club 2; Graduation 
Usherette 3; Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Show 4 



ELIZABETH MARY PIOTROWSKI 

26 Miller Drive 

"Lee" . . . Happiness is: being with Jack . . . 
Pet peeve: people who don't understand! . . . 
Ambition: to be a success in life . . . Prizes: 
Summer of 1 973 



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DONALD RICHARD PISCOPO 

18 Paddington Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 




MICHAEL DAVID PONTE 

Box 857 Main St 
Carver, Mass. 

"Mike" . . Happiness is: an every night party 
Pet peeve cops . . Favorite saying "Hey 
baby" 

Activities: Varsity Hockey 3. 4 



CHARLENE MARIE PLANTE 

Parker Drive 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Chuck" . . . Happiness is: end of ninth period 
Ambition: to be a teacher . . . Favorite saying: 
"Gut any gum?" . . . Prizes: my friends 

Activities: Homeroom Representative 1. 2. 3: 
Girls Track 1.3 



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FRANK LEE PRESTON 

Anchor Drive 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Franks" . . . Happiness is: beating Scituate in 
football . . . Pet peeve: the cliques . Ambi- 
tion: go undefeated in anything . . . Prizes: being 
with friends 

Activities: Football 3, 4: Track 3. 4; Varsity Club 
3, 4; Senior Show 4 




KAREN EMILY PRENTICE 

Jordan Road 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Em" . . . Happiness is: "Colour my World" 
and being with friends . . . Pet peeve: rainy 
days . . . Ambition: to go back to Florida . 
Favorite saying: "Spiffy" . . . Prizes: my family 
and friends 

Activities: Band 1.2,3, 4: Stage Band 3, 4 




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Kings Pond Plain Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Sha" . Happiness is: memories, Sat-nights, 
people in Boston Pet peeve having nothing 
to do on Friday night . Ambition graduate 
. Favorite saying: "Up your bucket sweetie" 
Prizes family-n-friends. memories of last 
summer 



DENNIS E. QUINTAL 

27 Nicks Rock Road 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Twink" . Happiness is: G.W. . . . Pet peeve: 
working . Favorite saying: "Ah shut upl" . . 
Prizes: 69 Dodge 

Activities: Band 1 . 2, 3 



MARIANNE RAGAZZINI 

Kings Pond Plain Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Rags" . Happiness is: getting my diploma . . . 
Pet peeve: conceited people . . . Ambition: to 
go on to be a secretary . . Favorite saying: 
"Yeah, that's what they all say!" . . . Prizes: 
car and brother Ricky 

Activities: Dean's Council 1,2: Concert Choir 2, 
3; Future Nurses 4: A.F.S. 3, 4; Graduation 
Usherette 3 



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THOMAS PATRICK REGAN 

1 8 Brookside Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass 

'Tommy" . . . Happiness is: to be happy with 
my family . . . Pet peeve: my brother . . . 
Ambition: to be a Medic . . Prizes: my life 




ROBIN RANDALL 

36 Doten Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 

Happiness is: being with Billy . . Pet peeve: find- 
ing W.HA. at the corner . . . Ambition: to 
marry Billy and be a good hairdresser . . . 
Favorite saying: "Frog alert!" . . Prizes: Billy 
and my necklace, and September 22, 1973 









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PAUL ANTHONY REPPUCCI 

101 Beach Street 
Manomet. Mass. 

"Pooch" . . . Happiness is: 2:25 dismissal . . . 
Ambition: to be an architect . . . Favorite saying: 
"I don't know" 



CATHERINE LEE RICHARDS 

28Worrall Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Cathy" 

'The making of friends who are real friends, 

is the best token we have of a man's success in 

life" 

— Edward E. Hale 



KATHLEEN RICHMOND 

Beaver Dam Road 
Manomet, Mass. 

"Kathie" . . . Happiness is: sleeping late 
Ambition: to help people . . Favorite saying: 
"Thank you!" . . Prizes my friends 

Activities: A F.S 2,3,4 



Activities: Homeroom Representative 1 : Ski Club 
1, 2: Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; A. F.S. 3, 4: Medical 
Explorer's 3, 4: Dean's Council 4 






STEPHAN RILEY 

Micajah's Pond 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Fotomat" . . . Pet peeve: being asked "Are 
you the photographer here?" . . . Ambition: to 
become an independently wealthy news wire 
photographer . . . Favorite saying: "No, I'm not a 
photographer; I'm the tennis coach!" . . . 
Prizes: my Nikon, Mamiya, a special place, and 
special someone 

Activities: Octopus 1, 2, 4; Octopus Photog- 
rapher 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Photographer Staff 
1 , 2, 3, 4; School Photography Staff 1 , 2, 3, 4 



JANET EDITH ROBY 

West Street 
Carver, Mass 



"Janet" . . . Happiness is: Making today's hopes 
tomorrow's possibilities . . . Pet peeve: People 
who don't honestly try 
friends (Right, Tracy?) . . 
exciting life and enjoy it 
couldn't believe it!" . . 



and over protective 
Ambition: To live an 
. . Favorite saying: "I 
Prizes: True friends. 



good times, and all those memories 

Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics 
1, 2; Manager 3, 4: Track 1. 2, 3, 4; Intra- 
murals 1 : Concert Choir 1 ; Freshman Choir 
Representative 1; Homeroom Rep 1: Student 
Council 2, 3. 4: Treasurer 3; President 4 
M.A.S.C. Leadership 4: Model Congress 2. 3. 4 
Co-chairman 4; National Honor Society 3, 4 
Secretary 4: Girls' Sports Club 2, 3. 4: Con- 
cession Stand 3, 4: Junior Prom Committee 3: 
Graduation Usherette 3: Rotary Club Guest 4: 
Office Aide 4: Pilgrim Staff 4: Senior Show 4 



KATHRYN ANN ROGERS 

23 Cooke Road, Box 6 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Kathy" Happiness is: special friends and 

family Pet peeve: fake people and 

K.C.B.C.RJ.L. . Ambition: to be successful 

and live a happy life . . Favorite saying 

For God's Sake" . . . Prizes R.F.CA.L.F.E. 

Activities: Homeroom Rep 3. 4. Prom Com- 
mittee 3: Senior Show 4 






MICHAEL ALAN RUPRECHT 

95 Forest Ave. Ext 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Mike" . . Happiness is: sleeping . . Pet 
peeve getting up in the morning . . . Ambition: 
to have lots of money . . Prizes: car 

Activities: Football 1,2 



BERNADINE RYAN 

3 Rocky Hill Road 
Priscilla Beach 

"Bernie" . . . Happiness is: making somebody 
happy . . . Pet peeve: watching all the cliques 
trying to compete against each other . . . Ambi- 
tion: being able to work with children . . . 
Favorite saying: "All right, Steve, how would you 
like it if I talked about you?" . . . Prizes: my opal 
and being with my summer friends 

Activities: Octopus 3; Homeroom Rep. 3; Pil- 
grim Staff 4; Senior Show 4: Drama 3 



JOSEPH J. RYAN. JR. 

9 Highland Place 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Joe" . . . Happiness is: going to school to 
fool around . . Pet peeve: police cruisers . 
Ambition: to die having accomplished something 
good . . . Favorite saying: "I hate school" . . 
Prizes: my erogeneous zones 

Activities: Football 1: Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4: 
Basketball 1. 2, 3. 4; Baseball 1. 2, 3. 4: Future 
Teachers 3; Corridor Observation 1,2,3,4 




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BARBARA ANN SANFORD 

1 5 Hamilton Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Barbie" . . . Happiness is: partying . . . Pet 
peeve: "Sonny" Ambition: get married to 

that certain someone . Favorite saying: "Aw 
Kugung" . Prizes: my ring and my stereo 
system 



DEBBIE SANTOS 

Old Center Street 
Carver, Mass. 

"Debbie" . . . Happiness is: A AS. . . . Pet peeve: 
getting up in the morning . . . Ambition: to be 
a dance instructor . . . Favorite saying: "What's 
happenin' Rahsy" . . . Prizes: friends, car, and 
Mass. Ave. 



JEFFREY JOHN SAULNIER 

Stagecoach Circle 
Plymouth. Mass. 

Happiness is: summer . . . Pet peeve: Boones 
Farm . . . Ambition: get most out of life . . . 
Favorite saying: "What can you do?" . . . Prizes: 
jacket and rifle 

Activities: Cross Country 4: Track 4; Senior 
Show 4 



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CAROL A. SCHELL 

20 High Pine Drive 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Carol" . . . Happiness is: C R.C. and living out 
of the towns of Plymouth and Carver Pet 

peeve: having no Driver's License and gym three 
times a week . Ambition: to become a 

Secretary and travel . . Favorite saying: "Ask 
me if I care" . . . Prizes: my family and close 
friends 



KAREN M.SAVI 

4 Highland Place 
Plymouth, Mass. 



SUSAN SCHEID 

1 3 Pierce Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Droo" . . . Happiness is: plans coming true, that 
someday ride by the airport . . . Pet peeve: 
Streaka, Karen H., H.W. Bees, H.U.S.H. . . . 
Ambition: to go to Hawaii, and to build my 
house . . . Favorite saying: "Those guys are 
sick! right Terri" . . . Prizes: Foto-J, memories of 
THOSE GOOD TIMES 

Activities: Homeroom Rep. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 
Staff 4; Concession Stand 3 



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ALAN J.SEAVER.JR. 

1 Westwood Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Gerbil" . . . Happiness is: haven't found it yet . . . 
Pet peeve: Mr. Fleming . . . Ambition: to fix my 
car , . , Favorite saying: "Hey Stoned" . . . 
Prizes: '67 Firebird 




DEBORA LOUISE SCHOLZ 

10 Purchase Street 
Carver, Mass. 

"Scholzie" . . . Happiness is: living a full and 
meaningful life with people who care . . . Favorite 
saying: "Really!" , . . Prizes: skiing down the 
mountain slopes on a cold winter day or a 
concert at the gardens 



Activities: Apponequet High School 
President 1 : Ski Club 1 



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ROBERT STEPHEN SECHOKA 

1 2 Nixon Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Bob" Happiness is: knowing that you've 

done your best . . . Pet peeve: answering 
questions . . . Ambition: photographer . . . 
Favorite saying: "I don't care" 

Activities: Football 1 , 2. 3. 4 





MICHAELSHEA 

4 Stephens Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Ob" . . . Happiness is: Dianne P . . . Pet peeve: 
F.SC. . Ambition: to belong to the P.P.D. 
. . Favorite saying: "Mine's Better" . . . Prizes: 
my car, skates and DP. ring 

Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4 



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JAMI SHORB 

Off Brewster Ave. 
Manomet. Mass 

Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4, Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Basketball Manager 3. 4; 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Girls 2, 3; Senior 
Show 4; Future Nurses 1 




CHARLES ANDREW SIEVER 

46 Castle Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Charchie" . . . Happiness is: being at the beach 
with everybody Pet peeve: losing . . . Ambi- 
tion: to own my own landscaping business . . . 
Favorite saying: "huh? What did you say" . . . 
Prizes: 1967 Jeep 

Activities: Football 1; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4 




CYNTHIA LSHURTLEFF 

Meadow Street 
South Carver, Mass. 

"Cindy Bear" . Happiness is: having a good 
time and being with friends . Pet peeve: going 
to work . . Ambition: go to college, get 
married and have twins . . Favorite saying: 
"You Dummy!" . Prizes: my car and ceramic 
pieces 

Activities: Basketball 1 ; Senior Show 4 




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ANNE-MARIE SILVA 
1 2 Stafford Street 
Plymouth, Mass, 

"Anne" . . . Happiness is: spending time with 
Chris and making other people happy . . . Pet 
peeve: hassles and people with no class . . 
Ambition: looking forward to a happy future . 
Prizes: Chris, her family, friends and memories 

Activities: Cheerleader 1; Homeroom Rep. 1.2 



DEBRA ANN SILVA 

W-24 Leach Pond Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Debbie" . . . Happiness is: being with Eric . . . 
Pet peeve: getting up in the morning, especially 
when I have to go to school . . . Ambition: to 
someday become a nurse . . Favorite saying: 
"Right on couz" Prizes stuffed dog 

Snoopy 



BONNIE A. SIMMONS 

70 Carver Road 
Carver. Mass. 

"Bon" . . . Happiness is: Timmy and the gang . . 
Pet peeve: staying home on a Saturday night . . 
Ambition: to grow . . Favorite saying "Have 
you seen Tim?" Prizes that special ring 

and bracelets 

Activities: Cheerleading 2. 3. 4; Track 1; Pilgrim 
Staff 4: Senior Show 4 






DAVID FRANK SIMMONS 

70 Carver Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Dave" . . . Happiness is: getting keys to the 
car . . Ambit/on: to travel around the USA. 
then go into the service . . . Favorite saying: "I 
guess'so" . . Prizes: my bankbook 

Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3; Intra- 
murals 2: Senior Show 4 



TIMOTHY LEE SINN 

4 Atlantic Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass 

'Tim" . . . Happiness is: sailing . . . Pet peeve 
"Step on him" . Favorite saying: "hey" . . 
Prizes: tennis racket 

Activities: Tennis 3, 4; District 3 



LEE ALLEN SIRRICO 

4 South Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Sarge" Happiness is: buzzing with Emerson. 
Lake, and Palmer . Pet peeve the clique . . . 
Ambition to someday own a bar Favorite 

saying: "C'Mon" . Prizes my van and "58" 
Ford 

Activities Football 1.2. Basketball 1 



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LISAL. SIRRICO 

4 South Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Charlie" . Happiness is: going to concerts 
and getting rowdy with friends . . Pet peeve: 
teachers who patrol the girls rooms . . Ambition: 
to paint a poster of Neal Young 25 x 35 feet 
Favorite saying: "You grunga" . . . Prizes: 
ticket stubs from concerts especially August 5, 
74, C.S.N, and Y. July 30. 74, EL. and P. 

Activities Softball 1 , 3. 4; Basketball 1 . 2, 3. 4 



JAMES S.SLOWEY 

Carver Road 

Plymouth, Mass, 

"Jim" . . Happiness is: a blue sky on a day off 
. . . Pet peeve: inconsiderate people . . . 
Ambition: to make something more out of life 
than to have just lived . . . Prizes: his guitars 



STEVEN RICHARD SMALL 

Halfway Pond Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Steve" . . Happiness is: being with someone 
special . . . Pet peeve: flat tires and hay 
loads . . . Ambition: to live . Favorite saying 
"I don't care!" Prizes: my crazy friends 



Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 
1,2; Varsity Club 3, 4 



4; Basketball 2; Band 






LORIJ. SMITH 

Jan Marie Drive 
Plymouth, Mass 



KAREN MARIE SMITH 

W-12 Leach Pond Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Punk" . . Happiness is to live out a life long 
dream . . . Pet peeve: having to go to the 
dentist . . . Ambition: to become a nursery 
school teacher . . Favorite saying: "What's the 
matter?" . . . Prizes: a special person (P. O'H) 



TIMOTHY DAVID SMITH 

22 Cliff Street 

Plymouth. Mass, 



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COLLEEN ANN STENROOS 

4 Wadsworth Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Colly" . Happiness is: to love and to be 
loved . . . Pet peeve: I try not to make pets of 
peeves Ambition: to be an interior decorator 
. . . Prizes: a ring, a special someone, lots of 
hope, and my family 



EDWIN W.STACY 

32 Bayview Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Eddie Boy" . . . Happiness is: Black Oak 
Arkansas . . . Pet peeve: T-Rex, T-Rex, and 
more T-Rex . . . Ambition: to make a million, 
put it in the bank and live off the interest . . . 
Favorite saying: "What happened to Saturday 
and Sunday?" 



GABRIELLE STAPLETON 

187 Warren Avenue 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Gabe" 

"I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have seen 

yesterday and I love today." 

Activities: Lit 3, 4; Stage Crew 1 , 2 




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GEORGE HENRY STRONG 

South Meadow Road 
Carver, Mass. 

Happiness is: learning to live and living to learn 
. . . Pet peeve: back-stabbing friends . . . Ambi- 
tion: to someday be rich!! . . . Favorite saying: 
"A wful" 

Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Football 4 




TERRI LYNN STRAZ 

Joah's Ark Farm 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Jerri" . . . Happiness is: crazy friends (Peanut) 
and Motorcycles . . . Pet peeve: getting out of 
bed in the morning . . . Favorite saying: "You 
have no confidence in my driving!" . . . Prizes: 
my quarter horse, my car and my skidoo 









STEVEN J. TARDY 

1 Haskins Street 
Plymouth. Mass 

"Steve" Happiness is. partying every week- 
end Pet peeve: people who under-rate 
themselves Ambition: to travel and make 
money . . Favorite saying: "I don't care" . . 
Prizes: Stereo and hat 

Activities: Soccer 1, 2. 3, 4. Golf 1. Tennis 
2, 3. 4; Band 1. 2, 3; Senior Show 4; Varsity 3. 
4 



ELLEN RUTHSYKES 

12 Stoddard Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Sykes" . . . Agony is three fouls. Ecstasy is 
winning! "The trouble with this world is there's 
too much apathy — But then, who cares?" "I 
want to be FAMOUS!" 

Activities: Girls Track 1, 2. 3. 4; F.N.C. 1, 2, 3; 
Concert Choir 1. 2. 4; J.V Basketball 1: Girls 
Sports Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Octopus Staff 2; NHS. 
3, 4; Drama Club 2; Pilgrim Staff Art Co-editor 
4 



PAUL LOUIS TADDIA 

33 Cordage Terrace 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Porkey" . . Happiness is: F. Moons . . Pet 
peeve: English . . Ambition: to be in Auto 
Body repair . . . Prizes: my work shop 

Activities: Football 1, 2; Student Council 1. 2. 3. 
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THERESA MARIE TAVARES 

49 Nook Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Terri" . . . Happiness is: always Brad, cheering, 
and strawberries . . . Pet peeve: people who 
make a lot of noise when they eat . Ambition: 
to be happy and make others happy . . . Favorite 
saying: "You gotta be kidding me!" . . Prizes: 
memories of 5 D.W. and 1 D DM., my family, 
and a late night letter 

Activities: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4; Leader 
Corps 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; French 
Club 1, 2: Graduation Usherette 1, 3; Jr. Prom 
Committee 3: Tennis 1 , 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; 
Homeroom Rep. 1, 2, 3, (4?); Octopus 1; Senior 
Show 4 




SUSAN MARIE TAVARES 

10 Rodman Lane 
Plymouth, Mass 

"Each to his own way, I'll go mine. Best of 
luck with what you find But for your own sake 
remember times we used to know." 

— Ian Anderson 







JUDITH MAY TAYLOR 

128 Summer Street 
Plymouth, Mass 



DANA BRADLEY TESSIN 

Lookout Point Road 
Ellisville. Mass 

There is pleasure in the pathless woods. 
There is rapture on the lonely shore. 
There is society, where none intrudes. 
By the deep sea, and music in its roar: 
I love not man the less, but nature more. 
— Lord Byron 



LEONARD THATCHER 

Purchase Street 
Carver. Mass 

"Lenba" , . . Happiness is: a family reunion 
Pet peeve: football practice Ambition: to 

become a lawyer . . Favorite saying: "That's 
Grizzly" Prizes: friends and relatives 

Activities. Football 1.2,3.4 






DEBORAH LEE THISSELL 

Boot Pond Road RFD #4 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Debbie" . . Happiness is: graduating and 
knowing that you're cared about . . Pet peeve: 
tourists, getting up early, and D.S. . . . Ambition: 
to become a legal secretary . . . Favorite saying: 
'Tuff!" . . . Prizes: my family, friends, a ring, 
and my car 

Activities: Pilgrim Staff 4; Senior Show 4; 
Student Occupational Day 4: Homeroom Rep. 2 



MELISSA ANNE THOM 

23 Grand View Drive 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Metis" . . . Happiness is: deering, winning . . 
Pet peeve: people who don't care Ambition: 
to be a nurse, live life . . . Favorite saying: 
"No way!" . . . Prizes: family, friends, and 
memories 

Activities: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4; Volleyball 
2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3. 4: Girls Sports Club 1. 
2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 2. 3: Concert Choir 1 . 2 



PATRICIA R.THOMAS 

Evergreen Drive 
Manomet. Mass 



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JEFFREY ANTHONY TIBBETS 

66 Oak Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Jeff" . . . Happiness is: being with that special 
someone . Pet peeve: being compared; 

"which one are you?" . . . Ambition: to be happy 
in whatever I do . . . Favorite saying: "O'Brother" 
. . . Prizes: Tibbie, stereo 

Activities: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1; Base- 
ball 1. 2. 3. 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Senior Show 4 



JONATHAN ANTHONY TIBBETS 

66 Oak Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Jon" . . . Happiness is: being with good 
friends . . . Pet peeve: nothing to do, being a 
twin . . Ambition: make a lot of money and 
enjoy life . . Favorite saying: "How are ya?" . . . 
Prizes: Tibbie, number 5, headphones 

Activities: Soccer 1. 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1 ; Varsity Club 3, 4: Senior Show 4 



RONALD O'HARA 

38 Holmes Terrace 
Plymouth, Ma. 



"Ronnie" . . , Happiness is: being with K.S. . . . 
Pet Peeve: being called Ronald . . . Ambition: 
carpenter . . . Favorite saying: "oh yeah!" . . . 
Prizes: Green car 






RAYMOND EDWARD TOMPKINS 

19 Parker Drive RFD #3 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Ray, Sunshine, Rainbow" 

I have no yesterdays, 
time took them away; 
tomorrow may never be — 
but I still have today. 

— Pearl McGinnis 



JAMES CARLETON TONEY JR. 

15 Cedar Terrace Rd. 
Cedarville, Mass. 

"Jim Bob" . . . Happiness is: pulling a hole- 
shot in the parking lot . . . Pet peeve: hunting 
octopus . . . Favorite saying: "do-it-to-it . . . 
Prizes: my guitar 



GERALD FRANCIS TOWNS 

RFD #4 Boot Pond Rd. 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Townsey" . . . Happiness is: living a life of 
leisure . . . Pet peeve: people who work all the 
time . . . Ambition: to get rich quick!! . . . 
Favorite saying: "Can I have a dollar babes?" . . . 
Prizes: Dana, friends, and "Wild Thing" 

Activities: Football 3 



Activities: Octopus Staff 2, 3. 4; Pilgrim Ed. -in- 
chief 4, Drama Club 2, 4; Chess Club 2, 3: Track 
1, 2, 3. 4: Flying Club 2; Intramurals 3, 4: 
Colorguards 4 



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MICHAEL OWEN USHER 

65 Colonial Terrace 

"Mick" . Happiness is: some comfort Pet 

peeve: no tunes . . . Ambition: to walk on . . . 
Favorite saying: "Fine and yours?" . Prizes 
E.L.P. 



RICHARD TOWNS 

Boot Pond Road RFD #4 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Ricky" . . . Happiness is: K.P. . . Pet peeve: Mr. 
Holton . . Ambition: go to college Favorite 
saying: "That's ruff" . . . Prizes: stereo and class 
ring 



KIM IRENETURNER 

State Rd. 
Manomet, Mass 

"Bea" . . . Happiness is: being with Ricky!! . 
Pet peeve people looking over my shoulder 
Ambition: to be a wife and mother Favorite 
saying: "Hi, Honey!!!" . . Prizes: Ricky and 
Herbie 



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LYNN ANNE VECCHI 

Micajah Pond Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

Happiness is: graduation 1975 . . Pet peeve: 
people who think they are better than others . . . 
Ambition: to make the best of life . . Prizes: 
family and friends 




TERESA CONSOLARTA VACCHINO 

3 Hall Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Te-Te" . . . Happiness is: being happy and 
making other people happy, "1975". and going 
my own way . . . Pet peeve: 6:30 a.m., 
N.BJ.T.TM., people who are self centered 
Ambition: to go to college and eat blue cheese 
on the moon . . . Favorite saying: "How the hell 



are ya? I'm starved." 



Prizes: my true 



friends, my sister Paula, and those special 
people in my life 






TRACY ANN VILLANI 

Old Sandwich Road 
Plymouth. Mass 

You have been told that, like a chain, 

you are as weak as your weakest link. 
This is but half the truth. You are also as 

strong as your strongest link. 
To measure you by your smallest deed is to 

reckon the power of the ocean by the 

frailty of its foam 

— Kahlil Gibran 

Activities: Home Rep. 1. Class Secretary 2; Vice 
Pres. 3, 4; Student Council 3. 4, Field Hockey 
1, 2. 3: Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Girls Sports Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; 
Pilgrim Staff 4; Octopus 2. 4 



BONNIE JO VIEU 

169 Allen Dr 
Manomet, Mass. 

Happiness is: being with that special person . . . 
Pet peeve: backstabbers . . Ambition: to get my 
license . . . Favorite saying: "I am off" . . . 
Prizes: my stuffed animals 



ROBIN VIEU 

169 Allen Drive 
Manomet. Mass. 



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ROSEMARIEWALL 

40 Savin Street 
Plymouth. Mass. 




CARMELA VISCARIELLO 

18 Cherry Ct 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Carmie" . Happiness is: being with Eddie . . . 
Pet peeve: hate snobby people . . . Ambition: 
wants to travel . . . Favorite saying: "I don't 
care" . . . Prizes: a certain ring 

Activities: Marching Girls 3. 4: Senior Show 4; 
Choir 3: Gu id. Aide 1,2 







KAREN ELIZABETH WALSH 

72 Warren Ave. 
Plymouth, Mass. 



"Karen" . . . Happiness is: 
Pet peeve: Tastee Freeze . , 
photographer and to travel 
"All things must pass" . . 
family and scuba diving 



B.SA.RA.TJ. . . . 

. Ambition: to be a 

. . Favorite saying: 

. Prizes: memories. 



PATRICIA ANN WATERS 

Pawtucket Rd. 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Patty" . . . Happiness is: having a good time, 
parties, days off from school . . . Pet peeve: 
people who don't want to have a good time . . . 
Ambition: to get out of this school . . Favorite 
saying: B.W. and S.S.B. . . . Prizes: albums, 
friends, and weekends 



MARK GEORGE WEBBER 

68 Samoset St. 
Plymouth, Mass 

Happiness is: Saturday nights Pet peeve 

people who complain . Ambition: to travel . . . 
Favorite saying: "Seriously" . Prizes: good 
friends 



Activities: A.F.S. 3, 4; Spanish Club 1 , 2 






CATHERINE WEEKS 

State Road 
Manomet. Mass. 

"Cathy" . . . Happiness is: family and friends . . . 
Pet peeve: lightening and having someone crack 
their knuckles . . . Ambition: to be successful 
in life and happy with myself . . Favorite 
saying: "I don't know" . . . Prizes: rings, and 
Raggedy Ann 

Activities: Dean's Council 2; Guidance Aide 2; 
Graduation Usherette 2; Flag Bearer 3; Arch 
Bearer 3; Junior Prom Committee 3: Office Aide 
4; Marching Girls 4; Pep Squad 1, 2: Chorus 1, 
2, 3: Concession Stand 4 



CHRISTINE MARIE WESTON 

6 Samoset St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Chris" . Happiness is: being with friends, 
and G.R. . . . Pet peeve: people who don't care 
about others . . . Ambition: to be happy 
Favorite saying: "What can I say?" . . Prizes: 
license and class ring 

Activities: A.F.S. 2, 3: Distributive Education 4 



JAMES E.WESTON 

Mam Street 
Carver. Mass 
"Dungaree Joe" . . . Happiness is: to find a 
million dollars . . Pet peeve: dentist Ambi- 

tion: to travel . . . Favorite saying: "I doubt it" 
. . Prizes: 55 Cheve 

Activities Hockey 4 



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STEPHEN MICHAELWOOD 

342 Sandwhich St 
Plymouth, Mass 



"Woody" 



JUDITH ANNE WESTON 

Betten Court Road 
Plymouth, Mass 



"Jew" . . Happiness is: being with LW. . . 
Pet peeve CO Ambition: teacher . . 

Favorite saying: "Hey, we'll see ya . . . Prizes 
Les 



TONI LEE ANN WILLIAMS 

Tremont St 
So Carver, Mass 

/ am only one, but I am one. I cannot do 
everything but I can do something; and what I 
should do and can do, by the Grace of God I will 
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BARBARA J. ZANIBONI 

18 Nixon Ave 
Plymouth, Mass, 

"Babs" Happiness is: EATING, a good drink 
and the summer . . . Pet peeve: gray hair 
and DEL Ambition: to further my education 
and be happy forever . . Favorite saying: "Oh, 
sad" Prizes: A.M.M.O.DA.K., my family and 
friends 

Activities: Class Secretary 3. 4; Marching 
Girls 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1; Dean's Council 2, 
3; Prom Com 3, 4; Concession 3; Graduation 
Usherette 1, 2, 3; Senior Show 4; Rotary 
Guest 4; Pilgrim Staff 4 




YVONNE YOUNG 

12 Lantern Lane 
Plymouth. Mass 



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MARK BUCHANAN 

Plymouth Avenue, Manomet 
Plymouth. Mass 



CHERYL ADAMS 

9 Lantern Lane 
Plymouth, Mass. 



PAMELA SUE BENEDICT 

RFD#4Box244 
Buzzards Bay, Mass. 

"Pammie" . . . Happiness is: Walter Ohannessian 
. . . Pet peeve: cliques and people who think 
they're better than me . . . Ambition: to get 
married . . . Prizes: my engagement ring and our 
car 







MICHAEL BRISSON 

Kings Pond Plain Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 

Happiness is: a shut-out win over Hingham and 
Randolph . . . Ambition: law school, then to be 
an attorney . . . Favorite saying: "Sure" 

Activities: Hockey 3, 4 



MATTHEW MASON COBB 

35 Nook Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Matt" . . . Happiness is: being with Dale . . . 
Pet peeve: soccer practice . . . Ambition: to 
succeed . . Prizes: my car and my Black 
Sabbath tapes 

Activities Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Basket- 
ball 1; Varsity Club 2, 3,4 



COLETTE COUTER 

West Pond Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 

"Colette" 

You're not a ship to carry my life 

You are near to my love and many lonely nights 

I strayed from the cottages and found myself 

here. 
I need your love, your love protects my fears. 
And I wonder sometimes and I know I'm unkind. 
But I need you to turn to when I'm so blind. 
And I need you to turn to when I lose control 
You're my guardian angel who keeps out the 

cold. 

Elton John 



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LOUISE GALLAGHER 

17 Little Micajah Pond Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 



DEBRADEPINA 

44 Carver Road 
Plymouth. Mass. 



DEBRA M. DOHERTY 

295 Pearl Street 
White Horse Beach, Mass 

"Debbie" . Happiness is: having a lot of 
friends and good times . . . Pet peeve: diets, 
tourists, and Spanish I , . . Ambition: to be an 
Operating room technician . . . Favorite saying: 
"Oh that's ruff" . . . Prizes: my collection of 
owls and my memories 

Activities: Drama Club 4; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Future Nurses 4 



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PETER WHITNEY HALL 

Oar & Line Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Pete" IC.PJ . . Happiness is: family and being 
with a special friend . Pet peeve: Monday 
mornings . Ambition: to be successful in life 
. . Favorite saying: "Que Pasai" . . "Sure" 
. . Prizes: CJ-5, home, and family 

Activities: Baseball 3, 4; Hockey 4: Football 4 



JANET ELIZABETH HILLIARD 

Long Pond Road 
Cedarville, Mass. 

"Jan" . . . Happiness is: all the good times with 
friends, the beach, and concerts . . Pet peeve: 
something that never worked out (9/72 — 
6/73) . . . Ambition: to become a nurse and 
travel . Favorite saying: "Are you kidding?" . . . 
Prizes: family, friends, memories, a certain pic- 
ture, and those special letters 



CHARLOTTE RAY MYATT 

Long Pond Rd. 
Cedarville, Mass. 

"Charlie" . . . Happiness is: being with the one 
you love . . Pet peeve: gym class . . Ambition: 
move back to Quincy . . . Favorite saying: 
"I'm hungry" . . Prizes: my dog Snow-Mo and 
stuffed animals 

Activities: Guidance Aide 2 



Activities: Pep Squad 1 ; Graduation Usherette 2: 
Concert Choir 1, 2, 3; Future Nurses Club 1, 
2. 3. 4: Octopus Staff 3; A.F.S. 3; Graduation 
Archbearer 3: Marching Girls 3, 4; Senior Show 
4; Pilgrim Staff 4 



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CONSTANCE AGNES MISKINIS 

65 Oak Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 

"Connie" . . . Happiness is: a crisp, windy fall 
day up in the mountains . . . Pet peeve: 
Rick's bad mood and Stephen's floozying 
Ambition: to be totally independent . . . Favorite 
saying: "My God" . . . Prizes: my family and 
my pals 

Activities: Choir 1; Band 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 
3, 4; Senior Show 4; Archbearer 3 



PETER ELLIS PRATT 

Point Road 
Manomet, Mass. 

"Pete" . . Happiness is: skating and playing 
hockey . . . Pet peeve people always yelling 
. . . Favorite saying: "What's wrong with you?" 
. . . Prizes: A certain T.8. and license 

Activities: Football 1,2 



COLLEEN PUTNEY 

8 Squant Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 



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DONNA VALE REARDON 

Valley Road 
Cedarville, Mass. 

"Ronna" . . Happiness is: having everyone 
together . . Pet peeve: unfriendly people . . . 
Ambition: secretary and a long happy life . . . 
Favorite saying: take a hike . . . Prizes: every- 
thing 

Activities: Future Nurses 1 




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MARY ELLEN ANDREWS 

227 South Pond Rd 
Plymouth. Mass. 
Of all the loves I've sought in vain. 
The love of life I have attained. 
To learn from wrongs and enjoy the good, 
Is what all must learn, if they only could 
To understand and be good to others. 
For, you see, life's goal is to treat all like brothers 

Gail St Onge 

JAMES ANTHONY BOLDUC 
6 Ashberry Dr Old Colony Estates 
Plymouth, Mass. 
"Tony" Happiness is: a cold Schlitz . . . 

Ambition: wild life management . . . Favorite say- 
ing: "Far out" 
Activities: Soccer 4; Hockey 4 

GAIL FRANCES BRUNDIGE 

E. 1 1 Leach Pond Road 
Plymouth. Mass 
Happiness is: being with Bill Pet peeve: 

working at Rich's shoe department Ambi- 

tion: to be a dancer . Prizes: Bill 
Activities: Drama Club 1. 2; Gymnastics 1, 2; 
Track and Field 2; French Club 2: Cheerleader 
3.4 

GEORGE CAVICCHI 

Black Cat Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 

DONALD L. CENTEIO 

Meadow Street 
South Carver, Mass. 
"Cisco" . . . Happiness is: cruisin' on a Harley . . Pet peeve: 
jive babes . Ambition: to get out of Mass. . . . 
Favorite saying: "Bull dog" . Prizes: chevy powered goat 
Activities: Football 1 

JOHN ANTHONY CIPRYON CORREIA 

Rochester Road Box 81 B 
South Carver, Mass. 
"Grasshopper" . Happiness is: the present . . Pet peeve: 
losing a tournament . . Ambition: to be myself . . . 
Favorite saying: "If happiness is your destiny, you need not 
be in a hurry" . . Prizes: Tao 

Activities: Football 1. 2: Basketball 1. 2, 3; Tennis 1, 
2: Band 1 

DON DeCOST 

41 Royal Street 
Plymouth, Mass 

DONNA ANN DOYLE 

22 Carolyn Drive 

Manomet. Mass 
"Donna" . . Happiness is riding bareback every day . . . 
Pet peeve when Muffit is late . . . Favorite saying: 
"What's your problem?" . . . Prizes: my afghan. Sonny, 
and Tami 

DAVID DUNN 

28 Jane Bar Circle 
Cedarville, Mass 

JOSHUA MICHAEL HARRINGTON 

141 Court Street 

Plymouth. Mass 
"Josh" . Happiness is: eating . . . Pet peeve: "NoJushua" 
. . . Favorite saying: "Hi! . How do you do!" 





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CHERYLANN HEGARTY 

South Meadow Road 
Carver. Mass. 
"Duck" . . . Happiness is: a sunny day off and a picnic lunch 
. . . Pet peeve: driving behind a bus or a tourist . . . Ambi- 
tion: to go to a business school, work, and marry DM. 
. . . Favorite saying: "Promise?" . . Prizes: memories, 
dreams, and a stuffed teddy bear 
Activities: Senior Show 4; Pep Squad 1 ; Concert Choir 2 

JOHN J. JOYCE 

172 Spencer Drive 
Plymouth, Mass. 
"Jack" . . . Happiness is: a day off to party . . . Favorite 
saying: "Only on Tuesday" 

WILLIAM J. LABIER 

State Road 
Manomet, Mass 

JOHN RICHARD LUTZ 

4 Cordage Street 
Activities: 

DANIEL JOSEPH McNEIL 

7 Trask Road 
Manomet. Mass 
"Shadows" . . . 'Turk" . . . Happiness is: being with 
friends and C.H . . Pet peeve: the clique and little cars 
trying to look fast . . . Ambition: to play professional hockey. 
. . . Favorite saying: "Promise" . . Prizes: life, dog, and C.H. 
A ctivities: Hockey 1,2,3,4; Senior Show 4 

DONALD FRANCIS MURPHY 

218 Robert Way 

Carver, Mass. 

"Murph" . . . Happiness is: a free weekend . . . Pet peeve: 

people taking things for granted . . . Ambition: to be an 

electrician . . . Prizes: a good friend 

RAMONA GAIL MURPHY 

Popes Point Road RFD #2 

Carver. Mass. 

"Mona" . . . Happiness is: being with Hodey . . . Pet peeve: 

hypocrites . . . Ambition: to always have J.M.H . . . Prizes: 

Ho key 

KATHLEEN ANNE O'CONNELL 

West Long Pond Rd. 
Manomet, Mass. 
"Crash" . . . Happiness is: a Long Pond summer . . . 
Ambition: to live in a house on the water where the sun 
shines in and it's warm with my clay and paints 
Activities: School Play 4 

DEBORAH JEAN NAVARRO 

7 Itorrall Road 
Plymouth, Mass. 
"Little One" . . . Happiness is: A.K. . . . Pet peeve: my eye- 
lashes . . Ambition: probation officer . . . Favorite saying: 
"Oh, Putney!" . . . Prizes: my two cats 



DENNIS SEWALL 

5 Maple Place 
Plymouth, Mass. 
Happiness is: a day off . . 



"Denny" 

Runner 

Activities: Track 1, 2 



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KEVIN SLATZMAN 

1 13 Palmer Road 

Plymouth, Mass 
"Kevin" . . Happiness is: skipping school . . Pet peeve: 
Fairbanks . . . Ambition: drive . . Prizes: "66" LeMans 

BRADLEY JOSEPH TOWNS 

RFD #4 Boot Pond Rd. 
Plymouth, Mass. 
"Brad" . . . Happiness is: getting rowdy with friends . . . 
Pet peeve: people waking me up . . . Ambition: to build a 
roadster . . . Favorite saying: "Go Scooty" . . Prizes: Jerri 
Activities: Baseball 1 




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CLASS POEM 

THE PARTING 

We met in the morning of these four years 

And within breaking rays of light 

We have grown. 

The time was filled with a newness 

And in our youth's confusion. 

We clasped hands to encircle future hopes and dreams. 

This was the beginning of a growing love, 

A closeness we have only now begun to understand. 

My friends, together our hands 

Have molded a unique masterpiece 

The tapestry of our years together colored with 

Moments of each of us, it stands 

To be remembered always. 

Tomorrow we will glance back to momentarily relive 

The laughter and the tears 

Of four of the most memorable years of our lives. 

Our time will have passed. 

Our number 75 will have long been replaced. 

The streets repaved and the writing washed from familiar 

desks 
But our spirit shall remain and be seen 
The evening of our youth is now upon us 
But its stars speak only of a beginning 
Yes. we are parting 
But we will not cry. 

There is so much more of life to be tasted. 
And we know we shall always be one. 
United forever into time. 
Still though our worlds may be separate. 
Perhaps even distant. 
Our memories will warm each of us 
In the present corners of our lives. 
Ahead stands the door to our destiny 
A door we alone may enter 

As it is trimmed with the glittering hopes and goals 
Of the class of 1975 
Many have preceeded us 
More will follow 
But none will gver be quite the same. 



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BOY'S STATE- (Back row) John 
Fernandes, Jim Callahan, (Front row) 
Lenny Thatcher, Rick Arons, JEWISH 
BROTHERHOOD AWARD, John Fer- 
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Class Song: 



We May Never Pass This Way Again 



Life— so they say, 

Is a dream but they let it slip away. 

Love— Like the autumn sun. 

May be dying but it's only just begun. 

Like the twilight in the road up ahead. 

They don't see just where we're going. 

And all the secrets in the universe 

Whisper in our ears, and all the years, will come and go, 

and take us up, always up. 



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We may never pass this way again .... 



FAVORITE NOVEL- The Exorcist 
FAVORITE MOVIE- Walking Tall 
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"THIS WEEK -75" 

It all began with the election of our directors. Terry, Joey, 
and Steve were our motivation, our organization . . . you 
might even say they got us "in the mood." Much work and 
headache goes into any creative production and sleep for all 
became a thing of the past. Writing Committee meetings and 
those long, long rehearsals became a part of life just as the 
characters we created share even now a piece of each of our 
hearts. There were, of course, times when nerves were raw and 
everybody would have thoroughly enjoyed strangling the guy 
next to him— no matter how long they had been friends, but 
those tensions never lasted long and anyone whose faith was in 
need of restoration had only to glance up at the best backdrop in 
P-C's history and that magic number '75. When we heard the 
laughter and applause that filled the auditorium on those long 
awaited nights, we knew it had been worthwhile: 1975, the 
year of a tremendous Senior Show. 




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Mr. F. Edward Nicolas 

Superintendent of Schools 



Mr. William Gault, Jr. 
Assistant Superintendent 






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Mr. Wilbert P. Cingolani 

Principal 



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Mr. Robert E. Holton 

Vice-Principal 





Mr. Paul Fleming 

Assistant Principal 




Mrs. Mary Henry 

Dean of Girls 



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FACULTY 



Miss Iris Albertini 
Foreign Languages 
Department Head 
Radcliffe, Middlebury 



Mr. John Allen 

English 

Debate Club Advisor 

Boston College 





Mr. Frank Anderson 
Cooperative Education 
Villanova University 
Bridgewater State College 



Mrs. Margaret Angell 

Science 

Bridgewater State College 





Mr. Dennis M. Aresta 
Special Education-Chairman 
Work Study Coordinator 
Boston College 
Bridgewater State College 



Miss Paula Arons 
Reading Specialists 
Bridgewater State College 





Mr. Arthur Axon 
Industrial Arts 
Fitchburg State College 



Mr. Paul Baden 
Social Studies 
Harvard University 
Boston University 




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FACULTY 




Mr. David Barlow 
Chairman of Science Department 
University of Rhode Island 
Bridgewater State College 



Miss Leslie Benson 
Physical Education 
Northeastern 









Mr. Patrick Berry 
Chairman of Fine Arts 
Assistant senior class advisor 
Art Institute of Boston, 
Massachusetts 
College of Art 



Mr. Victor Bissonette 

Guidance 

Director of Pupil Personal Service 

U. Mass 

Bridgewater State College 

Boston University 





Mrs. Linda Bogle 
Guidance 

Endicott Jr. College 
Syracuse University 
Boston University 



Miss Phyllis Boucher 
Social Studies-Department 
Chairman 
Worcester State 
Clark University 




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Mrs. Virginia Bramhal 

Librarian 

Burdett 



Mr. Richard Briggs 
English Department 
Bridgewater State 




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FACULTY 




Miss Jackie Burrows 
Home Economics 
University of Rhode Island 



Mr. Edwin E. Calvin 
Guidance 

Harvard University 
Kent State 




Mr. William H. Clark, Jr. 
Special Education 
Fitchburg State College 
Rhode Island College 
Golf Coach 



Mr. Vincent Cohee 
Special Education 
Boston College 
Sophomore Class Advisor 





Mr. Allan Cohen 

English Dept. 

University of Massachusetts 

Bridgewater State 



Miss Patricia Comiskey 
Foreign Languages 
Boston College 





Mr. Walter Correa 
Business Education 
Boston University 



Mr. Stephen Corvini 

Math 

Boston College 




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FACULTY 



Mr. Mario A. Crociati 

Music 

Boston University 



Mr. Henry Cryer, Jr. 
Physical Education 
Panzer College 
Asst. Basketball Coach 
Asst. Football Coach 
Frosh. Baseball Coach 





Mrs. Joan DeLano 

Math 

Bridgewater State College 



Mr. Joseph DeSisto 
Social Studies 
Boston College 





Mr. Andrew Dietlin, Jr. 
Foreign Languages 
Bridgewater State 



Mr. James M. Donovan 
Instructional Media Coordinator 
Boston College 





Miss Janet Draghetti 
English Dept. 
Emerson College 
Bridgewater State 
Drama Club Advisor 



Mr. Douglas Edwards 
Science 
Elon College 
Frosh. Basketball 
Varsity Baseball 




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Mr. Peter Fachetti 

Math 

North Adams State 

Boston College 

Bridgewater State 



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Mr. William Fairbanks 

Industrial Arts 

Lowell Technological Institute 





Mr. James Gadbois 
English Dept. 
Boston College 
Senior Class Advisor 
Asst. Soccer Coach 



Mr. Paul Gerrior 
Industrial Arts 
Fitchburg State 
Rhode Island College 





Mrs. Ruth Griswold 
Itinerant Teacher 
Tufts University 



Mrs. Bernice Haigh 
Reading Specialists 
University of Maine 



Miss Dorothy Hebden 

Fine Arts 

Rhode Island School of Design 

Bridgewater State 



Miss Clair Henderson 
Foreign Languages 
Wells College 
Wesleyan College 





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FACULTY 



Mr. Marvin Huban 
Cooperative Education 
Northeastern 
Bridgewater State College 



Mr. Perrin Hughes 

Science 

Franklin and Marshall College 

Yearbook Advisor 

Wrestling Coach 

Cross-Country Coach 





Mrs. Helen Jillson 
Math 
Bridgewater State 



Miss Phyllis Johnson 

Social Studies 

Bridgewater State 

Northwestern 

Chairman of Scholarship Com. 




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Mrs. Jeanne Johnston 
English 

Michigan State 
Ohio University 
Lit Advisor 



Mr. William Johnstone 
Industrial Arts 
Wayne State College 
Fitchburg State 





Miss Mary Keisling 

Math 

Merrimack College 



Mr. David Kispert 

Social Studies 

Hiram College 

Asst. Varsity Football Coach 




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FACULTY 



Mr. John Lee 
Mathematics 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute 



Mr. Walter Lyon 
English Department 
Boston State 
University of Iowa 





Mrs. Barbara McNamara 
Special Education 
Fitchburg State College 



Miss Nancy M. MacDuffee 
Physical Education 
University of Massachusetts 
Varsity Field Hockey Coach 
Varsity Basketball Coach 
Varsity Tennis Coach 





Mr. Ronald Malaquias 
Industrial Arts 
Rhode Island State 
Fitchburg State College 
Chairman 



Miss Karen Martin 
English Department 
Bridgewater State 





Mr. Robert Martin 
Science Department 
Tufts University 
Boston University 



Mr. Angelo Medici 

Math Department Chairman 

Boston College 

Clarkson College of Technology 

Bridgewater State College 




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FACULTY 



Mr. Robert Merrifield 
English Department 
Lowell State 
University of Mass. 
Assistant Pilgrim Advisor 
Octopus Faculty Advisor 



Mr. Willard Mondeau 
Business Education 
Northeastern 
Bridgewater State College 






Miss Jill Morris 
Foreign Languages 
Syracuse University 
Boston University 
Boston College 



Mr. Brian Morse 
English Department 
Westfield State College 





Mrs. Nancy Morse 
Math Department 
Bridgewater State College 
Assistant Junior Class Advisor 



Mr. William Nagle 

Social Studies Department 

Boston College 

Assistant Varsity Football Coach 






Mrs. Jane Newman 
Physical Education 
University of Massachusetts 
Assistant Field Hockey Coach 
Varsity Gymnastics Coach 
Varsity Track Coach 



Mr. John Nichols 

Music 

Ithica, Indiana University 



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Mrs. Mary O'Connor 

English Department 

Regis College 

Assistant Drama Club Advisor 



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Mr. Michael O'Connor 
Math Department 
Bridgewater State College 





Mrs. Susan Offner 
Science Department 
Brown University 
Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology 



Mrs. Nancy Orton 
English Department 
Smith College 





Mrs. Jean Patenaude 

Guidance 

Bridgewater State College 



Mrs. Linda Pearson 
Business Education 
LaSalle Junior College 
Salem State College 





Mr. Anthony Pepe 
Industrial Arts 
Fitchburg State College 
Rhode Island College 



Mr. James Perry 
Itinerant Teacher 
Providence College 
New England School of Law 




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Mrs. Donna Petrangelo 
English Department 
University of Rhode Island 



Mr. Russell Randall 
Math Department 
Boston University 





Miss Martha Reitz 
Foreign Languages 
Wittenborg College 



Mr. Joseph Robinson 

Social Studies Department 

Tufts 

University of Maine 





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Mr. Harold Rogers 
Chairman Physical Education 
Boston University 
Bridgewater State College 
Varsity Basketball Coach 



Mr. Mario Romano 
Math Department 
Boston College 
Director of Athletics 





Mr. Yoshiro Sanbonmatsu 
English Department 
Swarthmore College 



Mr. Richard Seaman 

Fine Arts 

Southeastern Massachusetts 

University 




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FACULTY 



Mrs. Mary Shinney 
Science Department 
Sabbatical 
Regis College 



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Mrs. Joyce Ruprecht 

Math Department 

American International College 

National Honor Society Advisor 





Mr. John Smith, Jr. 
Chairman English Department 
Tufts; Boston University 



Mr. Brian Souza 
Foreign Languages 
Plymouth State College 





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Mrs. Leona Swartz 

Business Education, Chairman 

Boston University 



Mr. David Tarantino 
Social Studies Department 
Providence College 
Freshman Class Advisor 





Mr. Kenneth Taylor 
Social Studies Department 
University of Miami 
Bridgewater State College 
Student Council Advisor 



Mrs. Beverly Thomas 
Home Arts 

Framingham State College 
University of Massachusetts 
Future Teachers Advisor 




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FACULTY 



Mrs. Alba Thompson 
Social Studies Department 
Bridgewater State College 
Boston University 
Stanford University 
University of Virginia 
A. F.S. Advisor 



Mr. William Turpin, Jr. 
Business Education 
Salem State College 
Bridgewater State College 





Mr. Horace Turner 
Guidance 
Bates; Harvard 



Mr. Paul Urban 
Science Department 
Boston University 
Bridgewater State College 
Colgate University 
Head Football Coach 





Mr. Robert Wade 
English Department 
Eastern Connecticut State 
J. V. Baseball Coach 



Mr. Silas Wade 
Science Department 
Bridgewater State College 





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Mr. Odo Wang 
Science Department 
University of Massachusetts 



Mr. Richard R. Ward 
Physical Education 
University of Massachusetts 
Varsity Soccer Coach 
Varsity Track Coach 




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FACULTY 



Mrs. Pauline Werner 
Reading Specialist 
Bridgewater State College 



Miss Audery Ziergiebel 

Librarian 

Boston State College 

Simmons 





Mrs. Christine Benoit 

Business Department 
Salem State 



Mr. Walter Correa 

Business Department 
Boston University 





Mr. Charles Hussey 

Social Studies Department 
Ohio University 
U. Mass. 



Miss Kathleen Kerns 

Foreign Language Department 
Emmanuel College 





Mrs. Inger Martinelli 
Business Department 
Ohio University 







FACULTY 



Mrs. Irene Barron 

Secretary to the Vice 
Principal 



Mrs. Marion Whiting 

Secretary to the Principal 





Mrs. Elizebeth Stephan 

Nurse 



Miss Edith Testoni 

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Guidance Secretary 



Mrs. Doris Roncarati 
Head Guidance Secretary 




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Mrs. Flora Ledo 

Matron 





FACULTY 



Mrs. Helen Laine 
Science Aide 



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Mrs. Ann Ferrazi 

Guidance Aide 




Mrs. Jane Culbertson 

Faculty Aide 



Mrs. Ann Garnett 

Audio Visual Aide 




Mr. Chester "Chet" Downie 

Supervisor of Attendance 




Mrs. Celia Borgatti 

Nurses Office; Secretary 





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Varsity Record 



PC 






2 





Middleboro 


1 





Randolph 


5 





Whitman - Hanson 


7 





Randolph 


3 





Whitman - Hanson 


1 





Bridgewater - Raynham 


1 





Silver Lake 


4 





Marshfield 


1 





Rockland 





1 


Hingham 








Scituate 


3 





Marshfield 


1 





Bridgewater- Raynham 


2 


2 


Silver Lake 


1 


1 


Rockland 





1 


Hingham 


1 





Scituate 


TOURNAMENT 





1 


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Kneeling, left to right; J. Roby, C. 
Duarte, B. Malaguti, J. Edwards, 
A. Motyka, D. Balboni, C. 
Fernandes, C. Lopes. Standing, 
left to right; S. Young, K. 
Whiting, B. Walters, M. Thorn, C. 
Krensky, J. Taylor, T. Leary, C. 
Torrance, P. Leary, M. Gedutis, S. 
Villani, J. Fernandes, T. Hall. 






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FIELD HOCKEY 




VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY 1974 

Coach Nancy MacDuffee called this year's Varsity Field Hockey squad 
"one of the best defensive teams we've ever had." Opponents scored only six 
times past goalie Julie Edwards, while P-C racked up 35 points against the rest 
of the league. This left Plymouth-Carver only 1/2 game out of first place. 

Senior Ann Motyka, primarily a defensive player, helped offensively as 
well, scoring second highest on the team with eight goals. With still one year 
left on the field, Betty Malaguti has scored 27 goals over a three year period, 
third highest in the history of Plymouth-Carver. Betty was also top scorer this 
year with a total of 17 goals, third highest for a single season in P-C history. 

It was Mrs. Jane Newman's first year as Junior Varsity Field Hockey coach. 
She and the team deserve a lot of credit for an undefeated season. Carrie 
Fernandez was highest scorer with 4 goals. 




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Running the school's 2.7 mile trail is a long, grueling trip down Obery Street, 
towards the highway, then circles through the County's Farm's fields, and then 
back to the school. 

P-C's cross country team, with the leadership of senior star Steve Ghidoni and 
sophomore star Chris Ward, began rebuilding this year. The ten-man squad 
practiced long and hard hours for each meet as a tightly-knit unit. 

Although the team did have a losing season, they are looking forward to a 
winning season next year. 

Back Row: Mike Frasier, Jeff Saulnier, Steve Ghidoni, Dana Degregorio, Ed Wall. Front Row: Geoff Perreira, Bruce Bryant, Peter 
Cordeiro, Kevin DeSimone, John Romano. 




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VARSITY FOOTBALL- 1974 



(l-r) Third row: J. P. Britto, J. DeSisto, D. Howe, R. Nunes, C. Frost, S. 
Martin, R. Alves, C. Anderson, M. Axford, J. Pinto, B. Roncarati, K. 
Anderson, E. Alberti, C. Rossetti, E. Fernandes, M. Tardy, P. Fleming, 
M. Nee, R. Jennings, J. Yahtman. Second row: P. Hahn, S. Ruxton, G. 
Wesley, J. Fernandes, J. Callahan, D. Luther, P. Hall, C. Estes, F. 
Preston, M. Ferrazi, B. Sechoka, L. Thatcher, B. Fontaine, D. Costa, J. 



O'Donnell, G. Strong, P. Walling, K. Soares, D. Collari, B. Ohannessian, 
R. Neves, P. Balboni, H. Richard. First row: B. Mollis, S. Amstutz, F. 
Britto, M. Cash, M. Williams, T. O'Connor, P. Gaipo, J. Minelli, S. Wrin, 
T. Mollet, M. Cavicchi, P. Donelan, B. Bishop, J. Rogers, J. Axon, D. 
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The Plymouth-Carver Blue Eagle football team flew high to 
victory in the Old Colony League, concluding their season 
with a record of 10-0. Led by Coaches Urban, Cryer, Kispert, 
and Nagle, the Eagles upset many highly rated teams, and 
gained the respect of all the teams in the league. It was a hard 
and brutal up-hill drive, but the 62 gallant and high-spirited 
players rose to the occasion. 

The key virtues of the Eagles was the brotherhood and 
respect each member had for his teammates. There were no 
"superstars" or "glory boys," just 62 individual heart-straining 
efforts to form one team. 

Although the record stood as undefeated, they were 
deprived of the privilege of participating in the Division III 
SUPERBOWL by 1/10 of a point by Greater Lawrence. 
Although the Eagles didn't participate, it is quite an 
accomplishment to have an undefeated team. Congratulations, 
Eagles! 



All pictures taken in this sports section of the Pilgrim were taken by 
David Pierce, professional photographer, Vantines Studios, and Stephan 
Riley, photographer. 



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FOOTBALL 





SCOREBOARD 


PC 






34 





Barnstable 


34 





Bridgewater - Raynham 


14 


7 


Marshfield 


15 


7 


Rockland 


18 


6 


Whitman - Hanson 


21 


6 


Cardinal Spellman 


14 





Hingham 


15 


12 


Scituate 


10 


8 


Randolph 


13 


12 


Silver Lake 




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6 


3 


Hanover 




1 





Dux bury 




1 





Marshfield 




2 





Randolph 




1 


1 


Norwell 




4 





Abington 




6 





Middleboro 




1 





Bridgwater - Raynham 




2 


2 


Scituate 










Coh asset 




3 


2 


South Shore Vocational 




1 


2 


Hingham 




1 


1 


Marshfield 







2 


Randolph 







2 


Bridgewater- Raynham 







2 


Scituate 




2 





Hingham 
STATE TOURNEY 






1 


3 


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Under the guidance of Coach Dick Ward, the P-C 
Soccer team compiled a fine record of 10-4-3. This 
record left the squad just short of the top spot of the 
league, behind Scituate. Although the team was not first 
in their league, their record proved good enough to 
qualify them for the State Tournament. The Eagles lost 
to Lincoln - Sudbury in their first tourney game, but it 
proved to be a great experience for all involved. 

Top goal-getters for the season were Chris Pacheco 
and Gerry Bolduc with 8 apiece. Steve Small was close 
behind with six tallies. 



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First row, left to right: D. Ferro, J. Romano, M. Cobb, J. Tibbets, T. Bolduc, C. Seiver, J. Tibbets, C. 
Pacheco, G. Bolduc, D. Crawley, J. Taorrimina, P. Laine. Second row (standing): R. Zareciyan, S. Reid, M. 
Aiello, M. Ellis, P. Fiocchi, S. Small, D. Mendes, R. Pimental, G. Woolson, J. Kemp, G. MacLeod, T. Lavin, S. 
Tardy, J. Lynn, B. Sheid, M. Gomes, P. Gilmore, R. Charette, Coach R. Ward, and B. Zammarchi. 




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VARSITY BASKETBALL 



Except for two losses to Rockland, P.C. 
would have had a perfect season. But Rock- 
land did, and this dropped us to an undis- 
puted second place. 

Most of the games were won by only a few 
points, and the sharp shooting of the entire 
team was greatly appreciated. 

With all the promising players coming up 
from the undefeated J-V squad, P-C may have 
the makings of a basketball dynasty. 




Left to Right, Back Row: S. Berg, C. Rossetti, P. Gillmore, Mr. Harold Rogers, Coach. Second Row: R. King, F. Hackett, D. Luther, 
C. Siever, E. Wall. Front Row: M. Cash, K. Anderson, B. Hollis, E. Fernandes, J. P. Britto. 



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VARSITY BASKETBALL 


PC 


Opponent 




66 


50 


Whitman-Hanson 


58 


64 


Rockland 


76 


70 


Bridgewater- Ray nham 


63 


57 


Randolph 


80 


73 


Westwood 


73 


62 


Silver Lake 


67 


56 


Hingham 


82 


67 


Marshfield 


68 


51 


Scituate 


82 


62 


Whitman-Hanson 


55 


68 


Rockland 


68 


67 


Bridgewater- Ray nham 


70 


66 


Randolph 


63 


49 


Silver Lake 


59 


48 


Hingham 


70 


54 


Marshfield 


85 


58 


Scituate 

STATE TOURNEY 


70 


63 


Hyde Park 


65 


67 


Natick 


59 


73 


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BASKETBALL 

The J.V. basketball team for the winter 74-75 proved to be one of the major successes 
of the sports season. The squad composed entirely of sophomores, finished the season 
with a perfect 17-0 record, making it the second undefeated team at P.C. this year, along 
with the football team. 

The season did not begin with the first game as many people think. It began 3 weeks 
before as the first tryouts and practices began. Coach Henry Oyer carefully selected 14 
players, and started tough 2% hour practices which took place everyday, including 
weekends. When December 18 came, the team was ready and won the first game 
convincingly 57-16 over Whitman-Hanson. They bear team after team until they had the 
first half a perfect 9-0. 

The work did not end here however, as teams, preparing especially for P.C, made 
ready to attempt to stop the winning streak. The preparedness did no good, as the J.V.'s 
rolled the second half, meeting and defeating 8 more opponents. Some victories, were 
easy, some hard, but all exciting. 

As for the players, all contributed, whether as stars or bench they showed what it 
takes at the games and practices. 

The key reason for the success of the team in the opinion of the players and observers 
was Coach Henry Cryer. A gym teacher here at P.C, Mr. Cryer showed determination 
not often seen, in devoting nearly all his free time to the team. Many a night, Mr. Cryer 
stayed at practice past seven working over a detail which could result in a victory, and 
utilized this detail in game situations. He knew the correct way to handle certain players, 
and built a winning team. 

The highlight of the season occurred on February 14, 1975 when, during the fourth 
quarter of the last game of the season against Scituate, Coach Cryer was presented with a 
basketball. This ball had been used earlier in that game when P.C player Frank Britto 
scored the 1,000th point of the season. Written on the ball was the team record, the 
number of points scored that season, and the signature of every player on the team. For 
the many spectators, the players, officials, and especially Coach Cryer, this moment was 
the most touching of the season, and summed up what the year had contributed to the 
lives of its participants. 





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J-V BASKETBALL - 1974-1975 




PC 


OPPONENT 


OPP 


61 


Whitman- Hanson 


57 


65 


Rockland 


50 


69 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


50 


60 


Randolph 


31 


77 


Westwood 


62 


44 


Silver Lake 


36 


68 


Hingham 


41 


54 


Marshfield 


24 


53 


Scituate 


40 


62 


Whitman- Hanson 


54 


49 


Rockland 


38 


70 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


39 


53 


Randolph 


41 


71 


Silver Lake 


29 


75 


Hingham 


44 


55 


Marshfield 


37 


64 


Scituate 


38 



Left to Right, Rear Row: M. Frazier, K. Anderson, R. Roncarati, P. Aresta, R. Miranda, R. Jennings. Front 
Row: J. Minneli, J. Axon, S. Rohm, J. O'Donnel, B. Scigliano, F. Britto. Absent, C. Ward and C. Hackett. 



GIRL'S VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 



Coach MacDuffee has once again led the girl's varsity basketball team to a 
terrific season, finishing third in the O.C.L. with an 11-5 record. 

Compared to past teams, Miss "Murt" MacDuffee feels that this year's 
team had the best attitude ever. The team's strong points were great ball 
control and lots of hustle. Murt also said that the 1974-75 team was the best 
in foul shooting, averaging the most points per game, and tying the highest 
scoring PC team. 

This year there are seven seniors leaving. They are Ann Motyka, Julie 
Edwards, Julie Gallant, Jane Pederzani, Tracy Villani, Barbara Best, and Lisa 
Sirrico. 

Without any question Ann Motyka has been the most outstanding senior 
on this year's team. She has broken numerous school records which are the 
all-time scoring records of all varsity games played with 707 points; the most 
points in a single season with 340 points; the average per game in a single 
season with a 20.0 average; and the average per game for all varsity games 
played with a 13.4 average. She also placed second for the best foul shooting 
in both a single season and all her varsity years. 

Although these girls are undoubtedly going to be missed, there is still a lot 
of talent remaining to make up for the loss. 



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First Row: M. Halloran, J. Edwards, D. Ennis. Second Row: J. Row: T. Leary, L. Nicolas, A. Motyka, B. Malaguti, J. Gallant, 

Pederzani, B. Best, L. Sirrico, M. Gregory, C. Krensky. Third R. Dries. 



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P.C. 


Opponent 




33 


31 


Bridge water-Ray nham 


37 


30 


Rockland 


43 


28 


Whitman- Hanson 


44 


64 


Rockland 


65 


33 


Silver Lake 


45 


38 


Hingham 


42 


41 


Marshfield 


51 


58 


Scituate 


64 


35 


Whitman- Hanson 


52 


56 


Rockland 


64 


20 


Bridgwater-Ray nham 


59 


34 


Randolph 


58 


42 


Silver Lake 


62 


39 


Hingham 


32 


33 


Marshfield 


59 


62 


Scituate 


23 


8 


B ri dge wate r- R ay n h am 


23 


14 


Randolph 


24 


16 


Whitman- Hanson 


12 


17 


Rockland 


36 


3 


Silver Lake 


14 


24 


Hingham 


22 


11 


Marshfield 


27 


15 


Scituate 


24 


24 


Whitman-Hanson 


17 


16 


Rockland 


14 


9 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


24 


14 


Randolph 


27 


12 


Silver Lake 


27 


18 


Hingham 


31 


16 


Marshfield 


31 


20 


Scituate 




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GYMNASTICS 




Under first year coach Jane Newman, the P-C gymnastics 
team enjoyed its finest season, winning eight meets. 

This year's team had many fine performers including Chris 
Culbertson, captain Judy Taylor, Kathy Whiting, and Debbie 
Scagliarini. 

Chris set two school records, one for vaulting and the other 
for the balanced beam. She was also co-holder with Cheryll 
Joyal for the school record for the floor exercise. Kathy 
Whiting also set a Blue Eagle mark for her performance on the 
uneven bars. 

The biggest win of the season came against Rockland by a 
score of 66.0-64.7, one meet Coach Newman was very pleased 
with. And the closest meet of the year also was against 
Rockland, this time the Eaglets were on the short end of a 
58.30-58.1 5 score. 

Six of the team members were at the league meet and 
represented Plymouth Carver very well. Included in that group 
were Chris Culbertson, Debbie Scagliarini, Cheryll Joyal, 
Donna Torrance, Kathy Whiting, and Lisa Ferrari. 

With many underclassmen on the team we look for more 
success in the future. All in all it was a fine season with a great 
deal of competitiveness throughout the year. 




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Back: C. Joyal, J. Moore, L. Ferrazi, J. Taylor, H. McLeod, C. Whiting, M. Gedutis, B. Atkins. Middle Row: D. Scaglorini, C. Culbertson, 
C. Ferrazi, A. Bolduc, D. Youngman, A. Frecalosi, P. McDonough, J. Tassinarri. Front: N. Torrance, J. Zammachi, J. Robinson, K. 
Strauch, C. Turner, P. Morgan, D. Torrance. 



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VARSITY ICE HOCKEY 

This year's hockey team did not achieve the success that it had hoped for. 
The league record left them with a 2-1 1-1 record, and the overall one of 4-1 1-1. 
Captains of this year's team were Peter Kane, Danny McNeil, and Paul Gedutis. 
Danny was the leading scorer with seven goals and six assists. Dennis Ferro 
proved his value to the team as a goal-tender, and won a place on the OCL 
All-Star Team. 

All in all, the Eagles on ice are hoping for a better season next year. 






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Front Row: D. Crawley, T. Bolduc, 
J. Weston, G. Bolduc, M. Shea, P. 
Gedutis. Second Row: W. Juzikonis, 
P. Fiochhi, C. Atti, J. Pinto, G. Mari- 
nos. Third Row: Manager Colin 
Grant, D. Ferro, M. Withington, J. 
Taormina, Coach Benjamin Hatch. 




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PC VARSITY HOCKEY - 1974-75 


PC 


OPPONENT 




3 


1 


Bourne (Non-League) 


1 


2 


Hingham 





4 


Randolph 


1 


3 


Scituate 





8 


Marshfield 


4 


7 


Rockland 


1 


3 


Bridge water-Raynham 


2 


2 


Silver Lake 





4 


Hingham 





8 


Randolph 


2 


3 


Scituate 


3 


4 


Marshfield 


2 


1 


Rockland 


1 


2 


Bridgewater-Raynham 


2 


5 


Silver Lake 


4 


3 


Cohassett (Non- League) 




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P-C's grapplers, under coach Perrin Hughes and assisted by 
Karl Braun, wrestled themselves to an 8-4 dual meet record in 
this their third season. With outstanding dual meet records 
from Senior: Co-Captain Dave Jacobson 11-1 Juniors: Co-Cap- 
tain John Botelho 8-2-1; John Kemp 5-3; Jeff Millman 10-2; 
Rich Pimental 4-0; Jay Santos 7-2. The wrestling team placed 
third in the O.C.L. behind Scituate and Marshfield. 

The most important wins of the season were against three 
strong veteran teams Franklin, Bridgewater-Raynham and 
Middleboro. Other Highlights of the season were at the Marsh- 
field Invitational Tournament with Champions at HVW Dave 
Jacobson, 128 Jay Santos; Second place 132 Jeff Millman; and 
thirds at 105 Rich Owens, 140 John Botelho. At the Sectional 
held in Newton, Santos took 4th at 128 and Rick Owens, Jeff 
Millman and Jake all took 5ths. 

With only one starting senior graduating in June, it looks 
like 'RAT power' under 'Willard' and 'Koljak' will be at the 
top of the O.C.L. 








Farthest Right, sophomore wrestler. Jay Santos. Jay came in fourth 
place in the 128 pound class at the Sectional Tournament, held at the 
Newton- North High School. Jay also came in first place at the Marsh- 
field Invitational Tourney. 



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THE RECORD 






TEAM RECORD 






P.C. OPPONENT 


North Quincy 


42 


15 


Durfee 


.21 


42 


Franklin 


30 


21 


Scituate 


16 


39 


Hingham 


53 


2 


Randolph 


52 


18 


Foxboro 


39 


24 


B/R 


41 


18 


Duxbury 


18 


40 


Quincy 


40 


15 


Middleboro 


30 


22 


Marshfield 


14 
1974-75 TEAM RECORD 
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MOST PINS: 


JACOBSEN (7) 




165 MOST WINS 


JACOBSEN (11) 




FASTEST PIN 


JACOBSEN (23 sees) 



Coach Perrin Huges, C. Frost, J. Botehlo, J. Callahan, D. Jacobson, G. Stefani, M. Ellis, J. Lynn, M. Jones. 
Kneeling: R. Owens, C. Coveny, K. DeSimmone, T. Culbertson, J. Kemp, J. Millman, A. Reardon, M. Strauch. 




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Cheerleaders (Left to Right) M. Collari, A. Bern- 
hart, K. Rossi, J. Amiro, T. Taveres, J. Pikor, N. 
Lynn, J. Tassinari, P. Morgan, B. Simmons, D. 
Scaglarini, C. Culbertson. 



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Who were at every football and basketball 
game, who yelled the loudest, and who did 
the best cheers? Why, the cheerleaders, of 
course! And they must have been doing 
something right, seeing where both teams 
had excellent winning seasons here at P-C. 
Thanks, girls! 




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THE ROWDIES! 

The Rowdies are the elite — the best, the loudest, 
the baddest, the craziest, the "rowdiest" gang of fans 
ever produced from the halls of P-C! They have their 
own cheers, hold their own practice sessions, and 
even have their own band, consisting of everything 
from kazoos to the traditional cowbells. 

Whether you are a Manomet Madness, a West 
Plymouth Weirdo, or a Carver Cranberry, you can 
find your place in the Rowdies! 
Oh, I want to be an Airborne Ranger— 
I want to lead a life of danger— 
I want to go to PC High! 




MAD DOG BILLY 
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Editor-in-chief, Ray Tompkins. 




Trieditors Maryann Brigida, Dolores Camara, and Valerie Ashton. 



Business Manager, Francis Kuhn. 

Chiefs of Staffs: Kim McCarthy, Curriculum; Marianne Capozucca, 
Senior Statistics; Ed Chase, Co-editor of the Art staff; Lenny Thatcher, 
Sports staff; Ellen Sykes, Co- editor of the Art Staff; Ann Dietlan, 
Literary staff. 




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First Row: 

Cindy Jones, Typing Staff 

Karen Robinson, Typing Staff 

Bonnie Simmons, Business Staff 

Debbie Juliani, Typing Staff 

Robin Boaton, Typing Staff 

Debbie Dunn, Typing and Business Staffs 

Lenice Merrill, Typing and Business Staffs 

Cathy Weeks, Typing Staff 

Lydia Baietti, Literary Staff 

Ann Dietlan, Literary Staff 

Second Row: 

Janet Hilliard, Typing and Business Staffs 

Janet Roby, Typing and Business Staffs 

Terri Fama, Typing and Business Staffs 

Lenny Lydon, Business Staff 

Genny Donelan, Typing and Business Staffs 

Linda King, Typing Staff 

Barbara Zanaboni, Typing and Business Staffs 

Ellen Sykes, Co-Editor Art Staff 

Ann Motyka, Sports Staff 

Kathy McGuire, Typing Staff 



Holly Lawrence, Typing Staff 

Scott Anderson, Literary and Business Staffs 

Nancy Lewis, Typing Staff 

Ed Chase, Co-Editor Art Staff 

Third Row: 

Pat Waters, Typing Staff 

Mark O'Hannesian, Sports Staff 

Richard Maichle: Business and Editorial Staffs 

Everett Malaguti, Editorial Staff 

Bill Parsons, Editorial and Sports Staffs 

Colin Grant, Business and Sports Staffs 

Kim McCarthy, Curriculum Staff 

Cheryl Peterson, Curriculum Staff 

Chris Pacheco, Sports Staff 

Linda Holmes, Photography Staff 

Steve Riley, Chief of Photography Staff 

Missing: 

Joe Callahan, Lenny Thatcher, Barbara Best, 

Sarah La Gambina, Linda Flahrety, Gretta Bavelock, 

Pam Arons, Cathy Comeau, Richard Cavicchi, 

Bob DeYoung. 

Advisor Perrin Hughes and Co-Advisor Robert Merrifield 



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BAND 



This year the Plymouth-Carver Concert and Marching Band consisted of 95 
musicians. The Marching Band played at every football game, and marched at many a 
parade, including the 1974 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. The 
Concert Band performed in their annual Spring and Pops Concerts. 




Office Assistants 
L-r C. Weeks, Mrs. Whiting, Mrs. Culbert- 
son, J. Roby, G. Donelan, Mrs. Barron. 
Seated: T. Fama. 



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DEANS COUNCIL 

Top Row: J. Roby, B. Lincoln, R. Cap- 
pella, J. Clark, A. Motyka, C. Richards, 
L. Hanson. Second Row: A. Deitlan, A. 
Diaz, M. Cappozucca, V. Ashton, D. 
Vierra, A. Montanari, P. Leary, P. Arons. 
First Row: C. Doherty, D. Simmons, J. 
Edwards, Mrs. Mary Henry, L. Merrill, K. 
Fitzhenry, D. Litel. 




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LEADER CORPS 

Top Row: L. Nicholas, D. Beilfus, L. 
MacDonald, C. Roberts, A. Vaz, J. 
Axon. Middle Row: D. Simmons, K. 
Mostron, D. Ellis, T. Tavares, J. Ray- 
mond, J. Edwards. Front Row: H. Law- 
rence, N. Lynn, K. McAuliffe, J. Pikor, 
P. Rossi, B. Malaguti. 



MODEL CONGRESS 

Top Row: P. Borsari, P. Naughton, J. 
Callahan, P. Gilmore, M. Perriera, C. 
Grant, D. Luther, S. Telless. Middle 
Row: M. Capozucca, V. Ashton, L. 
Lydon, T. Gimbel, C. Anastasia, P. For- 
man, R. Holmes, P. Arons. Front Row: 
B. Zanaboni, D. Simmons, Advisor Mr. 
Paul Fleming, K. McAuliffe, S. LeSuer, 
J. Roby, D. Berg, B. Laine. 




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FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

Top Row: D. Luther, E. Alberti, J. Cal- 
lahan, S. McGookin, M. Perro. Second 
Row: Laurie Hartigan, Mary Tynan, D. 
Merrit, A. Tichnor, C. Pacheco, A. Moty- 
ka, A. Bernhart, N. Cleveland. First 
Row: L. Anderson, B. Shobbrook, Mrs. 
M. Reitz, A. Montanari, K. Crane. 



F.T.A. 



Top Row: G. Nowacki, B. Lain, D. Berg, 
D. Penney, E. Best, P. Reynolds, Michele 
Martin. Sitting: T. Mark, B. Muldoon, 
Mr. S. Thomas, S. Dawson, J. Clarke, D. 
Muldoon. 



F.N.A. 



Sitting: S. Burgess, J. Roby, C. Richards, 
Advisor Mrs. Betty Staphan, D. Zito, J. 
Lunetta, D. Tomilson. Standing: M. Rag- 
gazini, J. Hilliard, R. Holmes, J. Carlsen, 
D. Marsh, D. Doherty, A. Avery. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 

Top Row: J. Marcelino, C. Anastasia, T. 
Jager, M. Curtis, T. Villani, R. Arons, J. Fer- 
nandes. Second Row: S. Sinn, S. LaGambina, 
B. Walters, K. Ruprecht, S. Villani, S. Le- 
Sueur, S. Almeida. Third Row: D. Bruce, P. 
Gilmore, K. Whiting, J. Roby, G. Donelan, R. 
Holmes, Advisor, Mr. Kenneth Taylor. Miss- 
ing: Paul Taddia, J. Axon, N. Quintal, T. 
Leary, P. Arons, C. Culbertson, J. O'Donnell, 
A. Bolduc. 




NATIONAL HONOR 
SOCIETY 

Top Row: E. Sykes, R. Holmes, G. Mc- 
Cracken, J. Campbell, J. Genduso, F. Kuhn, J. 
Ahem, J. Callahan, J. DeSisto, E. Fernandes, 
P. Formam, P. Borsari, C. Anastasia, J. Fer- 
nandes, P. Jansson. Third Row: D. Barker, C. 
Krensky, P. Walling, J. Millman, D. Crawley, 
G. Stefani, B. Malaguti, D. Powers, P. Morgan, 
R. Morgan. R. Arons, T. Villani. Second Row: 
L. Baietti, J. Orzechowski, P. Jesse, M. Col- 
lari, C. Tichnor, M. Tynan, K. Mostrom, C. 
Roberts, L. McDonald, B. Shobbrook, D. 
Camara. Front Row: M. Brigida, T. Carter, W. 
Harris, T. Tavares, K. McAuliffe, N. Lynn, M. 
Capozucca, H. Lawrence, S. LeSuer, J. Pikor, 
J. Roby. Missing: Advisor Mrs. Ruprecht. 



AMERICAN FIELD 
SERVICE 




Top Row: S. McGookin, D. Beilfus, R. Cappella, D. Berg, B. Laine, J. Dern, L. Nicholas, H. Coombs, L. Ferrari, V. 
White. Middle Row: A. Motyka, J. Lawrence, M. Souza, M. Gomes, M. Paro, L. McDonald, C. Roberts, A. Bern- 
hart, A. Avery, R. Holmes, M. Raggazini. Front Row: K. Mostrom, L. Nicholas, L. Hartigan, P. Leary, M. Tynan, 
Advisor Mrs. Thompson, W. Gregory, L. Merrill, T. Davis, A. Diaz, M. Morse. 



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BOYS' VARSITY 
CLUB 

Top Row: K. Weeks, J. DeSisto, S. Tardy, 
G. McLeod, J. Callahan, M. Axford, C. 
Seiver, D. Luther, B. Parsons, J. Fernandes. 
Second Row: F. Ferrieo, E. Fernandes, M. 
Farrazi, J. Ryan, M. Gomes, M. Ellis, C. 
Estes, J. Tibbets, C. Pacheco, S. Reid, J. 
Cabral, S. Small, J. Tibbets, D. Crowley. 
Third Row: T. Lavin, D. Jacobson, C. Frost, 
G. Stefani, J. Kemp, B. Zammarchi, J. Mill- 
man, R. Pimental, C. Grant, G. Woolson, M. 
Cobb. 



GIRLS' SPORTS 
CLUB 

Top Row: C. Torrance, A. Avery, M. Gedu- 
tis, J. Roby, A. Bernhart, P. Leary, T. 
Leary, D. Torrance, R. Vasapolo. Middle 
Row: B. Walters, B. Atkins, L. Ferrari, P. 
Morgan, A. Deitlan, E. Sykes, M. Thorn, L. 
McDonald, C. Culbertson. Front Row: J. 
Moore, C. Fernandes, D. Scaglarini, B. Mala- 
guti, A. Motyka, L. Nicholas, C. LaMarr, D. 
Bruce. 



CHESS CLUB 

Sitting: S. Darulla, C. Orosz. Standing: B. 
Parsons, S. McCallum, Advisor Mr. Joseph 
Robinson, P. Capella. 



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CHOIR 



The '74-'75 year was a very busy one for the Concert Choir. 
They performed their annual Fall, Christmas, and Spring Con- 
certs, and of course, the annual Pops Concert. For recreation this 
year, the Choir went to Greenfield, New Hampshire on an action- 
packed ski trip weekend. 

The Concert Choir also did many benefit concerts. At Christ- 
mas, they performed at the V.F.W. hall for underprivileged 
children. Also, they went caroling in town and at the Jenny Pond. 

All in all, this has been a very happy and productive year for 
the P-C Concert Choir. 




Top Row: L. Jarvio, D. Silva, C. Lopes, T. Zinsius, D. Depina, M. 
Pereira, P. Johnson, R. Blazauskas, A. Motyka, K. Comeau, G. Brave- 
lock.. Fourth Row: C. Miskinnis, P. Brown, R. Wall, J. Ross, J. 
Cavicchi, R. Cavicchi, M. Slater, D. Doherty, A. Fraser, J. M. Carlson, S. 
Young. Third Row: P. Perkins, N. Lennox, J. Morgardo, S. Fusco, V. 
White, A. Diaz, M. Fusco, C. Jansson, J. Delisle, C. Grant, J. Roderick, 



J. Spraigh, J. Canada. Second Row: S. Overstreet, R. Zahericiyan, R. 
Botelho, K. Littlefield, B. Arnold, W. Chase, E. Sykes, J. Staples, J. 
Collins, R. Putney, T. Sinn, A. Budge, L. Baietti, J. Bruillard. Front 
Row: D. Vickery, P. Doherty, A. Crocker, J. Feeley, A. Littlefield, A. 
Dietland, Conductor, Mr. John Nichols, H. Monteiro, M. Ragazzini, R. 
Correa, K. Rood, K. Hendericks, D. Botelho. 



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PC DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS 



"OLIVER!" 





Top Row: (Sitting Left to Right) 

M. Periera, K. Haigh, A. Green- 
son, F. Brennan, J. Deetz, R. 
Cavicchi, F. Kuhn, R. Zarechiyan, 
J. Canada, R. Putney. Third Row: 
C. Miskinnis, J. Arel, H. Monteiro, 
M. Paro. J. Dern, M. Slater, T. 
Hall, J. Carlson, D. Doherty. L. 
Jarvio. Second Row: H. Coombs, 
S. Sinn, B. Strautman, G. Bave- 
lock, D. Goyette, J. Cash, K. 
Prentice, L. Baietti, A. Crocker, S. 
Fusco. Front Row: Advisor Mrs. 
O'Connor, P. Arel, G. Nowacki, S. 
Deitlan, C. Cappella, D. Vickery, 
L. Rettig, M. Tynan, P. Doherty, 
T. Coughlin, B. Simmons. Miss- 
ing: Advisor Miss Draghetti. 











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• 30 South Main Street, Middleboro 
Phone 947-4343 

• Rockland Plaza 
Phone 878-1403 and 878-1405 
94 Court Street, Plymouth 
Phone 746-8515 




Congratulations to the Class of 1975 



FACTORY SHOE OUTLET 



Cordage Pk. Plymouth 
Mass. 02360 



HENRY'S FURNITURE 
STORE 



Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



SPONSORS AND FRIENDS 


Ms. Oan Delano 


Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Aresta 


Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Malaquias 


Mr. & Mrs. Perrin Hughes 


Mr. & Mrs. Paul Urban 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert Me rri field 


Miss I. E. Albertini 


Mr. & Mrs. Robert Holton 


Mr. Brian Souza 


Mr. & Mrs. Paul Fleming 


Mr. Vincent Cohee 


Mr. & Mrs. David A. Cappannari 


Mr. & Mrs. Silas Wade 


Mildred Tompkins 



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CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 
CLASS OF 1975 



VACATIONLAND 

SOFT DRINK DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 

P. 0. BOX 125 • HEDGE ROAD 
PLYMOUTH, MASS. 02360 



Tel. 746-6646 
746-6257 




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OFFICE AIDES 

L. to R.: K. Weeks, Mrs. Whiting, Mrs. 
Culbertson, J. Roby, G. Donelan, Mrs. 
Barron, and Sitting T. Fama. 



LIBRARY AIDES 

V. Bramhall, M. O'Brian, A. Ziergiebel, 
S. Martin, S. Telless, V. McCracken, R. 
Jordan, B. Sprague. 



AUDIO-VISUAL 
AIDES 

G. Lopresti, J. Whitsett, Mrs. Garnett, 
Mr. James Donovan. Missing: A. Budge, 
D. Roine, B. Waitt. 




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PING PONG 
TEAM 

Left to Right: J. Ekberg, J. Milman, Mr. 
Odo Wang, Coach, P. Walling, A. Avery, 
M. Pereira, K. Hall, K. Soares, E. Bono- 
paine, S. Young. 



"LIT" MAGAZINE 

Sitting: M. Capozucca, Advisor Mrs. J. 
Johnston, V. Ashton. Standing: M. 
Tynan, C. Stapleton, J. Campbell, C. 
Deetz, G. Stapleton. 



OCTOPUS 
STAFF 



Back Row: R. Tompkins, S. Riley, T. 
Villani, V. Ashton, M. Capozucca, J. Tib- 
betts. Middle Row: T. Carter, D. Ellis, J. 
Minelli, B. Best, J. Clarke, K. Mostrom, 
C. Roberts. Front Row: B. Zanaboni, M. 
Brigida, Editor Belinda Shobbrook, Ad- 
visor Mr. Robert Merrifield, Co-Editor 
Peter Forman, Co-Editor Scott Ander- 
son, A. Deitlan. 



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Congratulations to the 
Class of 1975 




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Plymouth 



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1390 on the AM dial 5000 watts 
99.1 mc on the FM dial 50,000 watts 

Radio voice of Plymouth, Cape Cod 
and the islands 



BALBONI'S DRUG STORE, INC. 

For 
PRESCRIPTIONS & CONVALESCENT AIDS 
Joseph Balboni— Pharms.— Richard V. Tassinari 



315 Court Street, Plymouth, Mass. 



Tel.-746-1251 



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One Court Street • Plymouth 



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PLAZA PACKAGE STORE 

Standish Plaza 
Plymouth 

746-4272 

CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 



R. J. FERIOLI 




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85 SAMOSET STREET - RTE. 44 - PLYMOUTH, MASS. 02360 
TELEPHONE (617) 746-6240 



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Over 1 000 Choices BENJAMIN MOORE PAINT 


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"Quality Carpet at Wholesale Prices" 


305 Court Street (Rte. 3A) 


Plymouth, Mass. 02360 


746-1741 746-1847 



BILD-RITE KITCHENS 


109 Sandwich Street 




Plymouth, Mass. 02346 




Kitchen Consultant 


Tel. 746-7222 


VINCENT NICOLI 


Home 746-1727 




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SMITH'S INC 



Plymouth, Mass. 



FORN SIGN CO. 


315 Court Street 


Plymouth 


746-0033 



RICHARD DAVIS 



FUNERAL HOME 



Excellence in Service 
with Understanding 

air-conditioned 

off-street parking 

non-sectarian 

tel. 746-2231 



373 Court Street 



Plymouth 



EARLY SETTLER 
ANTIQUES 



394 Court St., No. Plymouth 

Primitives, tools, small furniture 
lamps, post cards, stamps, china and 

glass. Also lamp parts to repair 
or convert your oil lamps or objects 



Closed Monday 



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CECCARELLI 

puts the care in cleaning 
"We keep the spots" 



301 Court Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



L KNIFE AND SON INC. 

Wholesale Distributors 
Plymouth 



Compliments of: 



PIOPPI'S PACKAGE STORE 



Plimoth Plaza 





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ROSSI & SONS 






Wholesale Furniture Produce 




tel. 


746-1125 


5 Suosso Lane 


746-1129 



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FURNITURE CO.Jnc. 

18c7WIDDLE ST. PLYMOUTH 

TEL. 746-9600 




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FLORISTS 

297 Court St., Plymouth, Mass. 

Telephone 746-3131 



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SAMUEL ARONS 
& SONS, INC. 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 

Kingston Industrial Park, Kingston, Mass. 
746-8300 



TOSHIBA 

In Touch with Tomorrow 



COLOR TV 
BLACK & WHITE TV 

COMPLETE LINE OF TV'S & RADIOS, 
TAPE RECORDERS, PHONOGRAPHS 



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22 MAIN STREET 

PLYMOUTH MASS 02360 



SALES - SERVICE - RENTALS - ANTENNAS 




Ralph Martin 
Donald Thomas 



PHONE 746-6670 



PONCHO'S PIZZA 



293 Court St. 
Plymouth, Mass. 




APPROVED S I NC E R DEALER 



SEW WHAT FABRICS 

Sales - Service — Repair 
One Stop Sewing Center 



18 Main St. Ext. 
Plymouth, Mass. 



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F. W. WOOLWORTH 



46 Main Street 
Plymouth 



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SHERMAN 
FURNITURE 



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310 Court Street 



Plymouth 



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To The 

CLASS OF '75 



PURITAN 
CLOTHING CO. 



PLYMOUTH ROCKLAND - EST. 1919 

Modern Stores For 

- Men 

-Women 

-Boys 

-And 



PURITAN CLEANING DEPT 



56 Main Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 
746-3730 



'Plymouth's Oldest and Finest Dry Cleaners" 
-Cleaning -Tailoring -Fur Storage 



295 Union Street 

Rockland, Mass. 

295-1585 



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SEARS 



14 Court St. 



Plymouth 



MARDON'S JEWELERS 



Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry 

18 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

746-1136 



Congratulations to the Class of 1975 



EMERSON'S 
STORE 



White Horse Beach 



Massachusetts 



PADOVANI PHARMACY 

289 Court Street 
North Plymouth, Mass. 



PERRY MARKET 

Choice Meats — Groceries 

Choice Liquors - Wines - Beer 

200 Standish Ave. 

Plymouth, Mass. 



Best Wishes 
Class of 1975 



BRUNO'S VARIETY 



TEL. 888-0555 



RTE. 3A CEDARV1LLE 



Cedarville Lumber Company 

LUMBER - HARDWARE - PAINTS 
ELECTRIC a PLUMBING" SUPPLIES 



RFD #2 BOX 371 
BUZZARDS BAY, MASS. 02532 



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ROGERS 
SUPERMARKET, INC. 



State Road - P. 0. Box Y - Manomet, Mass. 02345 



H.A. BRADFORD'S 
AND SONS 



230 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth 
746-1298 



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good spirits" 









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Class of '75 




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SERVICE 

HOSPITAL »nd SURGICAL SUPPLIES 
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• WHEEL CHAIRS • HOSPITAL BEOS 
• CONVALESCENT NEEDS 



dial . . . 746-2055 



4 Main Street 



PLYMOUTH 



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Store Phone 746-2600 
Greenhouse Phone 746-2601 



8 MAIN ST. EXT. - PLYMOUTH, MASS. 



HARRISON L LONGHI STUDIO 



259 Standish Ave. P. O. Box 1 13 
Phone (area code 617) 746-2487 

portraits 

weddings 

commercial 

color 



BEST WISHES TO THE 

CLASS OF 

1975 



Congratulations to 
Ray Thompkins 
Editor-in-Chief 



Robert DeYoung 



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PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 



Incorporated 1882 



Federalized 1937 



President 

A. Lee Roulston 



Secretary 

Mae E. Emond 



Vice President 
& Treasurer 

Frank T. Brown, Jr. 



Assistant 
Treasurer 

Robert C. Dawley 




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WINSHIP CONSTRUCTION 

COMPANY 



27 Eagle Hill Road 

General Construction 

Bird Vinyl Siding 

Alcoa Siding 



office 888-0354 



Robert R. Winship, Jr. 

Eagle Hill Road 

Ceadarville, Mass. 



home 888-0048 



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1975 

RICH'S DEPARTMENT 
STORE 

Standish Plaza 
Plymouth 



Best Wishes to the Class of 
1975 

STANDISH CLEANERS 



Standish Plaza 

Plymouth, Mass. 

746-7323 



STANDISH CHEVROLET, 
INC. 




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Plymouth 




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THE WARREN KAY 
VANTINE STUDIO , I NC. 



Serving with pleasure 

The members of the 

Class of 



1975 



661 Boylston St., Boston, Mass. 
661 Congress St., Portland, Maine 



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Hanover, Mass. 
826-3633 



Acushnet, Mass. 
995-7672 



INSTlT' jT* 

IIONEER FOOLS 



SUBSIDIARY Of PIONEER PRODUCTS CORPORATION 



37 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

746-0877 



PLYMOUTH PHARMACY 



22 Court St. 
Plymouth 



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Wall to Wall Carpet 
Linoleum - Ceramic Tile 



COR. ALDEN & STANDISH AVE. 
PLYMOUTH, MASS. 02360 



746-2101 



224-3132 



"Since 1946' 



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174 Court St., 
Ti^mout^., V|ass. 0Z360 



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1 T6I7) 746-88A5 






Compliments of 



CLYDE'S BAKERY-DELI 



358 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

746-6066 



Best Wishes to 
the class of 1975 



DEXTER'S 



32 Main Street 



Complete Mobile AutO GlaSS Replacements 
Installed At Your Home or Where You Work 

SHIRETOWN GLASS CO. 
186 Standish Ave. Plymouth, Mass. 

Telephone 746-1955 



CORNER CYCLE 



Sales 

Service 

Repair 

Authorized 




Dealer 




DICK MAHONEY-Owner 
747-0030 



OHTINS II SPORTING GOODS 

NORWOOD-PLYMOUTH 
96 COURT ST.. PLYMOUTH. MASS. 02360 

FULL LINE OF SPORTING GOODS 
TEAM & SCHOOL OUTFITTERS 



HOCKEY 
FISHING 
CAMPING 



TENNIS 


• SKATE SHARPENING 


FOOTBALL 


• SOCCER 


BASEBALL 


• GOLF 



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To the Class of 1975 



Samoset Street 



SHIRETOWN FORD 



Sales Service Rentals 



Plymouth 



Cocktail Lounge 


BERT'S 
RESTAURANT 

"Sea-Fresh" Seafoods 
On the Ocean at Plymouth Beach 

Telephone 746-3422 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 


Banquet Facilities 




OPEN YEAR ROUND 





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Lobster Hut 

"seafood at its best" 

JAMES C. McMAHON 



SO. YARMOUTH, MASS. 
TEL: 394-1224 



TOWN WHARF 

PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

TEL: 746-2270 



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Congratulations to the Class of 
1975 



THE LORD ALDEN 



State Road 



Manomet 



Best Wishes to 
the class of 

'75 



From Tom and Cheryl 
THE VILLAGE STORE 



State Road 
Manomet 



CHURCHILL'S 
OIL & GAS 



State Road 



Manomet 




JANET ALLEN INTERIORS 

THE SNOW GOOSE SHOP 

JENNY GRIST MILL VILLAGE 

8 SPRING LANE AT TOWN BROOK PARK 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 02360 

Tel: (617) 746-1414 



Janet Allen Johnson 




Reward Distributor 
Duncan Dealer 
Skutt - Kemper 



Classes - Greenwear - Supplies - Gifts 



Wholesale - Retail 
Phone 746-6046 



195 Court Street 
Plymouth. Mass 02360 



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CLOSED 


MONDAY 




TEL 224-3324 




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BEAUPi 


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BOX 


540 




ACROSS FROM 


MANOMET. MASS 


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POST OFFICE 



MANOMET HOUSE & QARDEN SHOP 

GARDEN SUPPLIES - HARDWARE 

PAINTS - ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES • PLUMBING SUPPLIES 

GIFTS - TOYS 

STATE RD. R.F.D. 1 PLYMOUTH, MASS. 02360 

TEL. MANOMET 224-2081 



Compliments of the Lobster 


THE LOBSTER POUND 


Point Road Manomet 



ALMIEDA TRAVEL & 
TOURS of PLYMOUTH 

194 Standish Avenue 

Plymouth, Mass. 02360 

746-0280 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 
1975 

GRANTS 




Srlon 



STAY HEALTHY - EXERCISE! 

* No contracts 

* Individual Programming 



Robbins Road Plymouth, Mass. 02360 

Telephone 747-0422 

* Authentic Finnish Sauna & Showers 



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Congratulations to the 
class of 1975 



STOP & SHOP 



Plymouth, Mass. 



A FRIEND 



Best of Luck 



PLYMOUTH 
BOWL-O-MAT 



1 Park Ave. 
746-9825 



Raymond C. Shaw 
Pianos & Organs 



Plymouth Light House 



BEADERY 

MARORS MARKET 

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Minsky 



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Jililgrim 

<Jiuha>iess and Wig <J>alon 

HAIR STYLING AND COLORING 

COMPLETE WIG SALES AND SERVICE 



43 SAMOSET STREET 
PLYMOUTH. MASS. 



For Appointment 
TEL. 746-0988 



Owned by Candy ce 




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Tel. 746-1050 



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** GARDEN 8 GIFT CENTRE 

365 COURT STREET • NORTH PLYMOUTH • MASS. 02360 



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Back Row: Advisor David Kispert, President Pam Arons, Advisor Mrs. Nancy Morse. Front Row: Vice-President Christina Culbertson, 
Secretary Andrea Bolduc, and Treasurer Sally Harvey. 




When all the banks 

are closed. 
Here's where to bank 



Teller 24 now at Westgate Mall and the East Side offices in 
Brockton and the Plymouth, Bridgewater and Middleboro offices. 



bank where it counts 




Plymouth-Home 
National Bank 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



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Sue Sinn, President 



Jody O'Donnell, Vice President 





Donna Merrit, Treasurer 



Ruth Vasapolo, Secretary 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 




A yearbook sounds like fun to put together, doesn't it? Little did I realize 
how many problems and frustrations we would incur. But in the end the 
yearbook was finished. 

As Editor-in-Chief of the 1975 Pilgrim I want to thank everyone who helped 
us succeed in any way. I do have to give special thanks to these outstanding 
people: 

Mr. Perrin Hughes, Advisor 

Mr. Robert Merrifield, Co-Advisor 

Mr. Robert Vantine, representative from Delmar Printing Company 

Mr. Robert Ohannion, our favorite photographer from Vantines. 

Mr. David Pierce, photographer of our best sports pictures and all aerial 
photographs. 

Steve Riley, my good friend who took more pictures than anyone for us. 

Terry Hall, who did special photographic assignments for us. 

Francis Kuhn, who somehow managed to run the Business and Senior 
Statistic staffs at the same time. 

My tri-editors, Val Ashton, Maryann Brigida, and Dolores Camara. 

And a special thank-you to thoses kids who are listed on page 181 who 
weren't in the picture, and everyone in the back row. It seems that the more 
modest you are, the more work you did. 



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Ray Tompkins 
Editor-in-Chief 




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